• コンデジ SX720 HSで撮ってみた
    •               
          
    • P30は、性能は高いが、操作性が低いので、コンデジを使う事とした。
      今までのヤツは、しょっちゅうハングアップするので、ご隠居にまわすことにする。
    • SX720 HSは、P30よりは劣るが、操作性抜群に良い。
      ネットに上げるのも、画像の明るさも、たしかにP30のほうが上。
      でも、もともとこのコンデジに期待してなかった事もあり、この操作性については、かなり満足度が高い
    • 1cm程のマクロ接写も可!!
      P30では、レンズが切り替わるので、やりにくかった
      Wi-Fiを通じて連携できる事もあり、互いに補完し合う使い方となるかと思われる
    • こういうので良いんですよ!!
      (掲載:2021年.卯月.23日)

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          Eduard Kabrinskiy - Migrate tfs 2015 to azure devops - РабСРёРСРРёР РРСР°СР


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          <h1>Consider This When Planning your TFS to Azure DevOps Migration</h1>
          <p>I will start by saying that the best source for instructions on how to go about migrating your TFS server to Azure DevOps is the official guide, which you can find at [ここ] You definitely want to use it when you decide that you want to migrate. Read it thoroughly and follow it to the letter.</p>
          <p><strong>Depending on what version of TFS you intend to migrate and what features you are using</strong>, there are a few things that in my opinion are РРСmajorРРС considerations because they have the potential of adding scope to your migration efforts. While you will find out about them as you read through the official migration guide, I believe there is value to knowing these things prior to embarking in such journey.</p>
          <p><strong>Please note:</u></strong> This post assumes the reader is familiar with the features mentioned below. Also, while there are other Migration Options, such as this one, this post assumes the reader is trying to follow the high-fidelity route.</p>
          <h2>Automated Builds</h2>
          <p>If you are using XAML Builds in your TFS, you should know that there is a new approach to build automation in Azure DevOps and you (or the owners of those build definitions) will eventually need to migrate them over to the new system (<strong>Azure Build Pipelines</strong>). This was introduced in TFS 2015 (see Release Notes for additional information). Migrating XAML Builds is a manual task that you will want to plan for as part of your move to Azure DevOps. And while that new build automation system is awesome, there have some enhancements to it that make it even better; it is a feature that is in Preview mode at the time of this writing and it is referred to as <strong>Pipeline as Code</strong> (see this blog post for more information). It enables you to use YAML files for your build definitions. These YAML files are stored in your source control repository and one of the things that I really like about that, is that they (your build definitions) can get branched along with your source code. I strongly recommend that you look at both options and make an informed decision as to which one to migrate your XAML Builds to. My preferred approach to do that is to go through these short Azure DevOps hands-on labs:</p>
          <h2>Release Management</h2>
          <p>The scenario for Release Management is very similar to what I just described above for Automated Builds so I am not going to make you read a lot of repeat information. Release Management is now part of Azure Pipelines (<strong>Release Pipelines</strong>). You will also need to migrate those manually if you are not already using them on a recent version of TFS and as of the time of this writing, there is no YAML support for Release Pipelines. To get familiar with the feature I recommend you go through the corresponding hands-on lab:</p>
          <h2>New Work Item Tracking Experience</h2>
          <p>Work items have received a facelift and depending on your TFS Work Items user-base and any customizations (see next section), you may want to roll out this change gradually. TFS 2017 has both versions available and you (or each user) can choose between the old and the new experience. In Azure DevOps you only have the new experience. Product documentation includes recommendations on how to go about rolling out the new experience. For Work Item Tracking, I recommend you give the following hands-on lab a try:</p>
          <h2>Work Item Customizations</h2>
          <p>The new Work Item Tracking Experience is not just an updated UI. There are some differences and when switching to the new experience, a Best-effort transformation is performed. There are a few other differences, including but not limited to:</p>
          <p>For details on customizing your Work Items see the Customize your work tracking experience page.</p>
          <h2>SharePoint and SSRS Integrations</h2>
          <p>Integration with SharePoint takes a modern approach and the TFS Extension for SharePoint is no longer supported.</p>
          <p>Since Azure DevOps is a SaaS offering, you do not have access to a local database or data warehouse like you do when you are running TFS. Any custom reports will need to be replaced. With Azure DevOps you can leverage Dashboards, Widgets and Power BI.</p>
          <h2>Preview Features</h2>
          <p>Some TFS features may be in Preview for import to Azure DevOps Services. Visit [ここ] to learn more about this.</p>
          <h2>Pre-Migration Upgrade</h2>
          <p>The TFS Import Service supports only the two latest releases of TFS at a given time. So you will want to get your TFS upgraded to the latest version. Depending on what version you are currently running, how many and how large your Team Project Collections are, this could be a lengthy process. Also, you may end up having to perform OS and SQL Server upgrades. Remember to check the system requirements for each version of TFS that you have to go through as part of your upgrade process (see upgrade matrix below) and make sure you are always using supported versions of Windows and SQL Server. Whenever possible, I choose to perform one or more dry-runs of the TFS upgrade on an isolated environment using recent backups of the production databases (also see this post). Doing that helps plan properly for downtime, as well as to proactively identify and resolve (or prepare a solution for) any issues that may arise during your production upgrade. TFS upgrade instructions can be found here.</p>
          <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i2.wp.com/docs.microsoft.com/en-us/tfs/server/_img/tfs2018upgradematrix.png" /></p>
          <h2>And Last But Not Least</h2>
          <p>If it is still early in your decision process and you want to learn more about Azure DevOps to make well-informed decisions throughout your migrations, these hands on labs are a great way to get acquainted with all the features: Azure DevOps Hands-On Labs.</p>
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      • 3:So4
          こんな画質で申請するなら5000円なんて要らないと
          うちの家族はチーフ以外は申請したが、チーフは別撮り
          すると言って今回の申請を見送るレベルだ。

      • 2:So4
          マイナンバーカードの写真を720で撮ったがチーフが画質が悪いと、PhotoShopで怒りながら補正してた。
          こういうのは駄目なんですよ!!

      • 1:たーし
          SX720が悪いのではなくK_Takeの腕が悪い。
          練習してください。

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