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Kann mir jemand die Logik erklären, warum ein Smartphone gebrandet Smartphone teuerer ist als ohne Branding? Die spinnen doch...
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"„a Ferrari like SoftwareAG webMethods“

http://www.crossvista.com/2016/08/09/blogwmdeploy/
Managing change within the SDLC for enterprise applications like webMethods is actually a very complex challenge which requires it’s own specialized solution. Deployment is just one step in the overall process. However, folks are still trying to use scripts to manage the end-to-end process. Scripts have their place. They
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EU vs. Great Britain 1:0

This was how we anticipated the #BrExit.

(Yes, I am fully aware, that Iceland isn't member of the European Union. However, they have applied for membership. #IcEntry)
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Sowas in unserem beschaulichen Eningen:

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Viktor Korchnoi has passed away, at the age of 85 years.

He was one of the most impressive chess players, that I could witness during my life: In the late seventies, and early eighties quite on par with Anatoli Karpov, whom he challenged twice for the world championship (without success, but what matches those were!), he managed to remain in the worlds top hundres until 2007.

It has been a privilege, and an immense pleasure to watch that old may playing in the last decades. He certainly was no easy person, but what chess players are? I'll keep him in mind for the rest of my life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxkz3WBTOe8
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Auf Leute wie Niklaus Wirth hört natürlich niemand. Zumal in Zeiten, in denen Programmierer als jederzeit ersetz- und mulitiplizierbare Commodity gelten...

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IT-Pionier Niklaus Wirth empfiehlt Software-Entwicklern, sich mehr Zeit zu nehmen. Die Industrie will davon nichts wissen.
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Just finished reading "Harry Potter and the cursed child". Hopefully without too many spoilers, these are my impressions:

- As announced, this is a play, and not a novel. Meaning: 95% dialogue, 5% stage directions, and that's it.
- On the other hand, so much dialogue makes for an easy read. (Which is why I got through the book in basically a single day.)
- The story is mostly about two boys, using time turners to travel back in time, because they want to use minor changes to correct what they perceive injustice from the past.
- Despite their best intentions: Whatever they do, turns out to be far from a minor change. Instead, upon returning, they notice that basically has changed to the worse. So, they need to go back again, and fix their own errors.
- In other words: The story is quite weak, and more in a Doctor Who Time Traveller style (however, without the inventive, and suprising twists that Steven Moffat, or Russell Davies would have added), than a Harry Potter novel. IMO, there is even a thinly disguised cameo of the TARDIS, when actors enter a phone box, which is being used as a port key, or whatever, by dialling the right phone number.
- The plot is mainly used as a means to visit as much former heroes, as possible. For example, we've got to meet Dumbledore, Snape, and a lot of others again. (Which is, of course, a pleasant surprise, for every HP reader.)
- Lots of new spells are invented, mainly to have a few duels on the stage. (In that aspect, the play is closer to the films, than to the books.)

In summary: If you intended to read it anyways: Go on, and do it, you're most likely going to enjoy it, because you are a fan of Harry Potter. It is, of course, nice, to meet eveeryone once more.
If not: You're not going to miss it, if you don' read it. I'd rather suggest to read the novels (again, may be). My guess is, that, sooner, or later, there is going to be a movie, based on that stuff.

http://www.harrypottertheplay.com/
The Official website for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, now playing at the Palace Theatre in London.
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Weiterhin kein Ehrendoktor für Edward Snowden.

Ich gebe ja zu, dass ich selbst gewisse Schwierigkeiten habe, seine Aktionen als "wissenschaftliche Leistung" anzusehen. Allerdings frage ich mich dann doch, welche "wissenschaftliche Leistungen" zum Beispiel Frau Merkel in den letzten Jahren erbracht hat. Laut Wikipedia hat es in ihrem Fall für 13 solche Titel in den letzten 10 Jahren gereicht...

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Seit gut zwei Jahren währt in Rostock der Streit um die Vergabe der Ehrendoktorwürde an Edward Snowden. Ist die Bereitstellung brisanter Geheimdienst-Daten eine besondere wissenschaftliche Leistung oder nicht? Darüber hatten nun Richter zu entscheiden.
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That "Jon Snow is dead" didn't take very long: "Jon suddenly awakens, gasping for air."

http://gameofthrones.wikia.com/wiki/Home
"Home" is the second episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones. It is the fifty-second episode of the series overall. It premiered on May 1, 2016. It was written by Dave Hill and directed by Jeremy Podeswa. Bran trains with the Three-Eyed Raven. In King's Landing, Jaime advises Tommen. Tyrion demands good news, but has to make his own. At Castle Black, the Night's Watch stands behind Thorne. Ramsay Bolton proposes a plan, and Balon Greyjoy e...
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"Langsam erziehen wir die Gerichte."

Ich weiß nicht, ob dieses Zitat der Urheberrechtsanwätin Kerstin Bäcker im Namen des BVMI (Bundesverband der Musikindustrie) wirklich so gefallen ist (im Artikel wird keine Quelle genannt), aber
ich finde es äußerst bezeichnend. Um das einmal klarzustellen: Auch wenn es einzelne Richter mit ihrer heiligen "Unabhängigkeit" gelegentlich übertreiben, sind sie in ihrer Gesamtheit doch genau das. Es steht der Musikindustrie frei, über ihre vermutlich nicht schlecht bezahlten Lobbyisten eine andere Rechtslage anzustreben, aber die Interpretation der gültigen Rechtslage ist ohne Zweifel alleine die Sache der Gerichte.

Und ich hoffe doch sehr stark, daß im nächsten entsprechenden Prozess der Anwalt der Verteidigung seinen Richter süffisant darüber informieren wird, daß er (der Richter) gerade erzogen werde. Das Gesicht des Richters landet dann hoffentlich im Netz.
 
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It was about time for Eningen: Since the Spaghetti House has closed about two years ago, we had no decent italian restaurant. Alas, the Ristorante Limoni is about to close that gap quite nicely: The restaurants slogan is the lemon (as the name suggests). That shows. Lemons are everywhere, in particular the flavour seems to be a part of every meal. (The exception being, fortunately, the Pizza Margherita, that our daughter had.) We tried the sea food carpaccio (very good tuna and some other kind of fish), which is possibly smoked, hence a bit dry, but accaptable. I definitely recommend the Pasta, which was reaaly fine. The recipes seem to originate from southern Italy, or even Sicily: A bit unusual in Germany, which we definitely appreciated. All in all, we'll be glad to return. Thanks very much to the owners!
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Had a very nice weekend there. Enjoyed both our room (family appartment, required privacy for parents, a bit of adventure for the daughter who was located one ladder upstairs) and the restaurant: Food delicious, local ingredients, but very well prepared. Remarkable surprises: - Candle light dinner: Four courses, inexpensive, lovely! - Pumpkin ravioli: Delicious! - Cheese plate for dessert, excellent cheese from the neighbour village (Tennenbronn)
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Compared to two similar places, this one's best: - Inexpensive (6 drives = 12 € for adults, or 9€ for children) - Suited for adults, thanks to the seat back (no aching back) - Two adult drivers per vehicle allowed - Secure (safety belts) - Quicker than others. - Well organized (more people driving in the same time)
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Located abroad, but excellent view downhill to the sea. Very friendly service, excellent food. Only drawbacks: Opens on weekends only, requires reservations. One of our definite favourites.
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