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In order to get better at providing the list of tasks and the time they will take, you need to practice and record your results. So first make every estimate fairly detailed (don't forget to include communications and meetings, requirements development, designing, tests, qa, deployment, documentation (always needed in waterfall), research and other ...
Gather better, more specific customer requirements. When you refine the requirements to the point where each requirement can be satisfied with a handful of classes, and you have a pretty good idea what those classes will look like in code, it will become much clearer how long things are going to take, and it will be much easier to declare success on each ...
Easy: Do a search for "face dataset". There are lots of datasets out there that were made for face recognition research, but would suit your project just as well.
You may try google image "face", simply save the page along with its contents and then work a little imagemagic on these images. Not sure about legal issues though, most of these faces will be celebrities of any sort.
It's only a shim for the standard Object.create function which isn't available in some browsers (yes, you guessed which one). Note that it's not complete : it doesn't do everything that is done by Object.create but it's probably enough for the author. As for why the author wanted to use Object.create instead of a explicit prototype based OOP, it's probably ...
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