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Christian Meder
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Couldn't agree more with +Matias Duarte
'This is probably one of the few times I feel totally comfortable saying, "Man up, and take responsibility."'
 
"This isn’t their problem, guys. It’s ours. We have to solve it.

Sexual harassment isn’t an occupational hazard. It’s not a glitch in the complex matrix of modern life. It’s not something that just “happens.” It’s something men do. It’s a choice men make. It’s a problem men enable. It’s sometimes a crime men commit. And it is not in the power nor the responsibility of women to wage war on this crime."
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Rereading Andy Clarke's "Transcending CSS" from 2007. Misson accomplished on the following statement I guess   O_O
"The truth of the matter is that we simply do not know where the Web will crop up next. In years to come, my son will laugh at the idea that the Web was ever 'hardwired' to the desktop, just as I laugh at the memory of my first mobile phone that came with a battery pack the size of a house brick and weighed just about the same."
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That's my hairstyling routine every morning. Takes about 30 seconds ...
Fellas, ladies love that "just out of bed" look. So muss up your hair just before that important date. Chipmunk? More like chipHUNK, right, Donna R.?
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+Jochen Wiedmann absolutely 😼
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I have to admit that I watched at least 50 videos of the http://www.wearehappyfrom.com phenomena in the last 4 weeks just because they are an awesome celebration of our human spirit. So this supercut makes me particularly happy. #HAPPYDAY
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I LOL'd. Then I cried a little...

Thanks +Casey Higgason 
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It's always a pleasure to wander in the CSS Zen Garden, checking out the designs on smartphone, tablet and desktop. Beautifully done ...
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Heartbleed aftermath: Better yet IBM, HP and Dell should perhaps think really hard about contributing much needed resouces to the OpenSSL project ...
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Technology meets Cooking the Open Source Way. Pretty cool ...
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Nice, +Dianne Hackborn contributed 50 pages about Android concepts and architecture to the new edition of the Andrew Tanenbaum Operating System classic. Now let's see how to best pick up a copy ...
 
For anyone interested in how the internals of Android work, the new 4th edition of Tanenbaum's Modern Operating Systems book is out and includes about 50 pages on Android that I had the privilege of contributing.  Topics in the book include:

- What Android is, its design goals its relationship to Google, and a brief history of its early development.
- What wake locks are, why they exist, and how they work.
- The design and purpose of the Android out-of-memory killer.
- Dalvik's role in Android.
- Binder IPC, from the kernel module to user space: the execution flow of IPCs, what Binder objects are and how they are transported across processes, the core Binder classes (IBinder, Binder, Parcel), AIDL and how it fits on top of the architecture.
- Structure of an Android application.
- How the activity manager runs applications, and the models behind activities, services, receivers, and content providers.
- Intents and intent resolution.
- How activities, content providers, and intents work together to create major Android features such as sharing and fine-grained URI-based permissions.
- The design of Android's application sandboxes and how it leverages Linux's core security features.
- How processes are launched and initialized, and how their lifecycle is managed by the system.

Note that this is part of an operating system design book, so this is not generally material that will be of interest to developers implementing code on top of Android -- there is little discussion of actual APIs or how to implement things using Android, nor does it delve much into the actual code implementation of the system.  It does however have a wealth of information on many of the core designs in Android and the reasons Android works the way it does.
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Well, nice to hear that Mr. Tanenbaum still is alive & kickin' :-)
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Love +pascal campion art ...
 
And we sat, and we talked, and the world went by.
#pascalcampionart
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once upon a time travelled for 3 months through all provinces of Canada except the territories, then settled in the region of Stuttgart, a member of the open source community since more than 10 years, being a miniscule part of the Debian, Linux and Apache communities

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  • University of Toronto
  • Gymnasium Neckarbischofsheim
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Dada Teller ist sehr frisch und sehr lecker. Weltklasse.
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Mango und Wassermelone ist sehr gut.
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Hatte den Bio Burger: sehr gut und mit einem frischen und leckeren Salat garniert.
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Habibi Teller ist sehr abwechslungsreich und superlecker: Falafel, Schawarma, Hommos, Tabboule, ...
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