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Gerd Flaig
Attended University of Karlsruhe
Lives in Zurich
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Beautiful use of a fleet of quadcopters.
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This made me happy.
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Our response to the European Commission's announcements on Search http://goo.gl/f4Zxn4  and Android http://goo.gl/Pvv08C 
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The story of one man determined to teach third graders about binary by only asking them questions. The whole transcript of him asking questions and the third graders yelling back answers is great.
The following is a transcript of a teaching experiment, using the Socratic method, with a regular third grade class in a suburban elementary school. I present my perspective and views on the session, and on the Socratic method as a teaching tool, following the transcript.
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Made me smile.
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ASCII fluid dynamics -- IOCCC2012 endoh1.c: http://youtu.be/QMYfkOtYYlg
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Schickt.
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Nett gemacht, das Diagramm im Artikel. 😊
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What do you picture when you think of an introvert? Many people associate the personality type with being shy or aloof, when really they just tend to reflect inwardly. In fact, introverts can just easily be social butterflies like their extroverte...
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If you like science fiction with a dose of sometimes geeky humor, you'll like this.
 
Good news, Android users!

Slingshot is now available on Google Play[0] and Google Books[1].

Yes, I am aware some of the linked reviews are for a different Slingshot, by another author. Working on it.

[0] https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=9clpCAAAQBAJ
[1] https://books.google.com/books/about?id=9clpCAAAQBAJ
<p>Kim expected significant trouble after stealing a prototype spaceship with an one-of-a-kind unfettered AI, but not this much. She finds herself on the run from radical AI l...
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For those of you interested in Google's inner workings.
 
This is is the system I have been working on/with/for until very recently.
Venue. Proceedings of the European Conference on Computer Systems (EuroSys), ACM, Bordeaux, France (2015). Publication Year. 2015. Authors. Abhishek Verma, Luis Pedrosa, Madhukar R. Korupolu, David Oppenheimer, Eric Tune, John Wilkes. BibTeX. @inproceedings{43438, title = {Large-scale cluster ...
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Borg? I guess SkyNet was already taken as an internal project name, huh? ;)
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A video showing a lot of how Google datacenters operate. Some nice shots of the Carolina datacenter.
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Great progress. I can't wait to see what application developers are going to do with the new features.
 
We have released version 0.12 of bitcoinj! This release represents 8 months of work and is packed with great new features that should start showing up in your apps soon.

The most interesting new features are HD wallets, support for multisig wallets, the bundled Tor client, a better bundled GUI wallet app (this is used as the basis for a few different end user apps now, like Lighthouse) and new tutorials showing how to use the library from Javascript / how to make a custom GUI wallet app.

bitcoinj has been on a tear lately. It's gathered a big community of users and contributors. Thanks to everyone who helps make it happen!
Release notes. Version 0.12. Privacy enhancements: Wallets are now hierarchical and deterministic (HD) by default, using the BIP32 specification. Support for mnemonic codes (BIP 39) is also included. Change and receive addresses are no longer being reused. Old wallets are upgraded in place using ...
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Kleine aber feine wechselnde Karte, unaufdringlich aufmerksamer Service, warmes Ambiente, hochwertige Zutaten.
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We went there on short notice with a group of eight colleagues. Everything was excellent, from the welcome, starters, wine and main course right to coffee. Service was efficient and inobtrusive but charming, the different hams, salami and bruschetta for starters are something to be remembered and cherished. My Tuna was cooked to with a nice crust and nicely red on the inside (which is how I like it), and I'm told by my colleagues that the pasta was also quite enjoyable.
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Fresh and tasty, nicely presented, friendly service.
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Tasty food, nice Ambiente, good service
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