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Dirk Haun
Attended Technische Universität Darmstadt
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If you like what we do, please consider buying a CD or a tee.
It helps us so much, especially when we are on tour.
A digital download from Bandcamp is only $7!
https://vanessapeters.bandcamp.com/merch
#bandcamp   #music   #indie  
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Als jemand, der mit Jazz nun überhaupt nichts anfangen kann, verbringe ich auffallend viel Zeit damit, einer unter "Jazz" gelisteten Sängerin hinterher zu reisen :) Aber Youn Sun Nah macht auch nicht die Art Musik, die ich als Jazz bezeichnen würde.

Dieses Mal also: Youn Sun Nah Quartet im Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris.
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Attending an event with 12 speakers made me wonder if we're about to see a new wave of speakers "copying what everybody else is doing" while still not understanding what makes a good talk. As...
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This one's a reminder for the speakers out there: If you are submitting a talk to an event, please make it easy for the organisers to find out what it is you're suggesting and why you think this talk...
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... in which I use my non-existing design skills to come up with 4 alternative slide designs for one of the most important slides of any presentation - the last slide.
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Ciao everyone! A quick note from the road… or not the road, because we kind of got steered off the road and into a ditch. We had a fabulous first week of shows with Daniele Fiaschi. What a great guitar player, and what a nice guy. We’re so grateful to MC…
Ciao everyone! A quick note from the road... or not the road, because we kind of got steered off the road and into a ditch. We had a fabulous first week of shows with Daniele Fiaschi. What a great ...
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Coming soon ...

#sneekpeek   #sneakpreview   #p4gbook   #translation  
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Präsentieren für Geeks zeigt einen am Publikum orientierten, visuellen Ansatz für Präsentationen - (nicht nur) für Geeks und technisch orientierte Menschen.
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I'm happy to announce that "Präsentieren für Geeks", the German translation of my ebook "Presenting for Geeks" is now available for purchase from Leanpub, http://leanpub.com/praesentieren-fuer-geeks

As the title suggests, this book is targeted at people coming from a more technical background who are looking for tips on how to improve their presentations, making them more visual and "sticky".

As +Garr Reynolds, author of "Presentation Zen", so kindly put it:

"If you or someone on your team wants/needs good presentation advice from a fellow technical presenter, then this is the book."

The English edition is available from Amazon Kindle Store, Apple iBooks Store, or the Google Play Store.

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"“Rowhammer” is a problem with some recent DRAM devices in which repeatedly accessing a row of memory can cause bit flips in adjacent rows. We tested a selection of laptops and found that a subset of them exhibited the problem. We built two working privilege escalation exploits that use this effect. One exploit uses rowhammer-induced bit flips to gain kernel privileges on x86-64 Linux when run as an unprivileged userland process. When run on a machine vulnerable to the rowhammer problem, the process was able to induce bit flips in page table entries (PTEs). It was able to use this to gain write access to its own page table, and hence gain read-write access to all of physical memory."
Posted by Mark Seaborn, sandbox builder and breaker, with contributions by Thomas Dullien, reverse engineer [This guest post continues Project Zero’s practice of promoting excellence in security research on the Project Zero b...
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What +Kristian Köhntopp said ...
 
Könnt Ihr gerade mal helfen? HP versucht Continuous Delivery und Continuous Integration zu patentieren und möchte bitte aufs Maul.
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Just had to re-share this here since it's simply awesome on so many levels: Bobby McFerrin explains how the pentatonic scale (in music) works - without words. And has the audience sing along and be his background choir in no time.

(originally via +Guy Kawasaki on Twitter)
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Next week's article, in which I do a little experiment and demonstrate that you can come up with 4 alternative designs for your closing slide in half an hour.

So no more excuses that it would take you too much time, please :)
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I help people express and present their ideas. Open Source enthusiast.
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Author of 'Presenting for Geeks' (ebook).
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I help people express and present their ideas.
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Stuttgart, Germany
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Bad Friedrichshall, Germany - Nauheim, Germany - Dunfermline, Scotland - Rieneck, Germany