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Impressions from my recent #Jfokus   visit
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New Article in German iX Magazine: CapeDwarf
Another article hit the road today. This time a comprehensive introduction to CapeDwarf which is Red Hat's Google App Engine implementation for AS 7. In German iX Magazine 11/2013. Flexible  CapeDwarf tries to bring Google's App Engine to JBoss AS7 Red Hat'...
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You've heard about the new #German  conference yet? We're all the #JVM   #Java   #Ruby   #HTML5   #Tools  you can think of. One more day left to submit to the #CfP  .. registration opening soon! 

http://www.javaland.eu/en/javaland-2014.html
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Great idea, Markus!
Hahaha... Frans, we should plan to have those events in Indonesia. And call every people from all of Asia. It's like Devoxx + Javaland but in Asia!
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What's next…
In whatever situation we are, we often ask the question "what else is in store for me". I have to say I'm a lucky guy in this respect, I have a brilliant job and I'm often able to pursue my own ideas and projects. This is awesome and I am very grateful, nevertheless for a long time I still felt that "the next thing" is somewhere out there, waiting for me.

Share. Motivate. Educate.
Over the years, I discovered what really makes me happy: To share what I've learned, to motivate others and to help them to be creative.

Of course, I will always be a photographer, but I dive more and more into teaching workshops and seminars, and I would love to be even more active,  public speaking engagements and all. As they say, you have to set goals, so here we go!

Good idea, but…
Don't you love it when people start sentences with this phrase? Well, let's see: "Good idea, but to teach, you need more than just a love for it". Really? I wish some of my teachers would have loved what they do and shown me a bit more passion in the past. 

This aside, teaching is actually nothing new for me. The first time I was in front of a class was 20 years ago, while working as technical marketing consultant for Hewlett-Packard. As part of my job, I was educating the sales team and major retailers about the latest and greatest technologies coming from the hightech company. It was exciting and challenging, but I wasn't completely happy. Back then, I didn't understand that it was the subject matter which didn't click for me.

When other opportunities presented themselves, my life followed other paths, and it took me two decades and very different jobs to end up back in the teaching shoes. I'm older and more experienced today, but most importantly: I found what truly inspires me: People and Photography.

So, here I am, ready for the next chapter, with many exciting new things coming your way as well. The first 4 episodes of my photography show "10 from the couch" are online, and we are currently producing the next episodes, to go live very soon. Later this year, I'll also be launching a new free weekly online project, but more about this as we get closer to release.  

If you're interested to be involved, seminar organisers, corporations, schools, agencies, Ted gurus, don't hesitate and contact me!

#photography   #seminar   #publicspeaking   #sharing   #teaching   #motivation  
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Some impressions from the #IOUC_SUMMIT  2014
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JavaLand 2014 - CfP Statistics And Answers To Common Questions
You probably have heard about the new upcoming Java centered conference in Germany next year.  JavaLand 2014 will open its gates for two days. So make sure you are around when this new conference will become the hub of the German Java developer scene. I'm p...
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Review: "TestNG Beginner's Guide" by Varun Menon
Packt was so kind to send me another book to look at. I've always been curious about testing in general and I was looking for some good stuff to hand to co-workers or otherwise interested people to get started with TestNG. Abstract Unit/Functional testing h...
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Travel Report: JavaOne 2013 - Back To Glory
I'm back since a few days already and needed to catch up with all the things which had been on hold for the last couple of days. It was the busiest time of the year for me. A complete week of JavaOne and OpenWorld in San Francisco. A very brief travel repor...
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Principal technology consultant working for msg systems ag in Germany.
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JavaEE, Java, GlassFish, WebLogic, Oracle, Architecture, Software
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  • msg systems ag
    2000 - present
    Various positions. Most recent I am a principal IT-Architect working with customers on Java EE topics.
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father, dreamer, doer. living for solutions.
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Markus is a principal technology consultant working for msg systems ag in Germany. Markus is a software architect, developer and consultant. He also writes for IT magazines. Markus joined msg in 2002 and has been a member of the Center of Competence IT-Architecture for nine years. After that Markus moved on to the IT-Strategy and Architecture group. He works daily with customers and projects dealing with Enterprise level Java and infrastructures. This includes the Java platform and several Web-related technologies on a variety of platforms using products from different vendors. His main area of expertise are Java EE Servers. Markus is speaking at different conferences about his favorite topics. He is also part of the Java EE 7 expert group. 
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Alles auf 8 – Java SE 8 ist da
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Ein paar Verzögerungen hat es in den vergangenen Monaten gegeben. Doch gestern war es schließlich soweit: Oracle hat Java 8 veröffentlicht.

JavaLand-Speaker IV: Interview mit Stephen Chin
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Markus Eisele hat ein Gespräch mit Stephen Chin über dessen Erwartungen zum JavaLand, der neuen Java-Community-Konferenz, geführt.

JavaLand-Speaker III: Interview mit Bert Ertman
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Markus Eisele hat ein Gespräch mit dem NLJUG-Vorsitzendem Bert Ertman über dessen Erwartungen zum JavaLand, der neuen Java-Community-Konfere

Review: "Java Web Security" von Dominik Schadow
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Markus Eisele freut sich über jedes Stück Aufmerksamkeit, das Java und Sicherheit sowie sicheres Programmieren motiviert. Umso schöner, dass

JavaLand-Speaker I: Interview mit Arun Gupta
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Markus Eisele hat ein Gespräch mit Arun Gupta über dessen Erwartungen zum JavaLand, der neuen Java-Community-Konferenz, geführt.

Die Ergebnisse der Java EE 8 Community Survey
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Leichtgewichtig, hoch integriert und einfach zu verwenden – das scheinen die Wünsche beim zukünftigen Java EE zu sein. Die standardisierte U

JAAS in Java EE is not the universal standard you may think it is
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The Java EE security landscape is complex and fragmented. There is the original Java SE security model, there is JAAS, there is JASPIC, ther

Enterprise Software Development with Java: "Continuous Enterprise Develo...
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Take a use-case approach to Enterprise Java development, and discover how to program more effectively. This practical book shows you how to

Oracles Project Avatar - Komplettansatz für moderne Webanwendungen
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Avatar ist ein Web-Framework, das eine Thin-Server-Architektur (TSA) nutzt und bei der Entwicklung moderner HTML5-Webanwendungen hilft. Es u

Ein etwas anderer Blick auf WildFly 8
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Die Details kann man überall nachlesen, und ausprobieren kann der geneigte Leser den WildFly direkt nach dem Download durch einfaches Auspac

The Importance of Winter Sunshine
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Many of us would love a wee holiday in the sun in January, if like me you live somewhere when winter comes calling at that time of the year.

Die Zukunft von Java EE 8, Teil 2
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Bereits Ende Dezember hat Oracle die erste Initiative zum Einholen von Feedback aus der Community zur Weiterentwicklung von Java EE 8 gestar

NetBeans und WildFly wachsen zusammen
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Nach den Diskussionen über die Abkündigung des kommerziellen Supports für den GlassFish und dem Wechsel von Arun Gupta zu Red Hat ist es rec

Client Side Validation example of PrimeFaces
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Introduction With the latest version of PrimeFaces, version 4, you have the possibility to perform some validations on the client, by the br

Android 裝置管理員
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您曾經遺忘或遺失手機嗎?Android 裝置管理員可以幫您找到遺失的裝置,並確保裝置中的資料安全無虞。Android 裝置管理員能夠:● 找到與您 Google 帳戶相關聯的 Android 裝置 ● 重設裝置的螢幕鎖定 PIN● 清除手機上的所有資料

Fing - Network Tools
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Born from the ashes of Look@LAN Network Monitor, Fing is the ultimate toolkit for network management: * network discovery * service scan (TC

BubbleUPnP UPnP/DLNA
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BubbleUPnP is a full featured UPnP/DLNA Control Point, UPnP Media Renderer and UPnP Media Server. Play easily your music, videos and images

Content-free
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I’m thinking about successful new communication channels, and how we talk about what’s in them. On Twitter, we say tweets. In the blogospher

Der Park weiß nicht richtig, was er sein will. für einen Freizeit Park sind zu wenige Attraktionen dort. Für einen Wildpark zu wenige Tiere. Dazwischen eine mehr Platz zum laufen und Platz zum grillen. Ab vier Jahren zahlen die kids eintritt. Die meisten Geräte sind erst ab 7 Jahren zu benutzen. Trotz der vergleichsweise großen Fläche haben wir ewig an gestanden. Preise für Getränke sind human. Sauberkeit in den Toiletten könnte viel besser sein. Da muss man sicherlich nicht unbedingt hin.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Es ist eigentlich ganz ok. Vergleichsweise sauber und eine Menge Zeug zum Klettern und spielen. Verglichen mit anderen Einrichtungen dieser Art könnte man noch viel machen. Vor allem die Freundlichkeit des Personals wäre hier zu nennen und auch die Preise für Getränke fand ich jetzt nicht wirklich günstig.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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This is a simple and reasonable modern hotel next to the center of Oslo. I liked the free "small dinner" they offer and the breakfast is very good. My single room was unbelievably small and somehow a little old fashioned. The reception is available 24x7 and you even can print stuff there. There is free wifi for hotel guests. Overall: Good. Nothing more.
Quality: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Good
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