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Martin Wildam
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The "Java is dying" tale
And there was it again... - somebody (in a Java group - strange enough) told that Java is dying. Uff! - I hear this for years now - and it gets annoying to
hear or read this again and again (of course of the people who don't like - or
simply don't know Ja...
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The programming language discussion
And there it is again - the programming language discussion - Not a single developer forum or group that does not have it at least once every month. Don't
get my wrong, there are many good programming languages out there many
are worth to be learned. Alth...
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Java vs .net/C#
Visual Basic Classic was my primary programming language for many years. A pretty amount of years ago when Microsoft announced the end-of-life of Visual Basic Classic (one of the last statements regarding VB6 see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/ms78...
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IT ball and chain
After a very intensive year (which means a lot of work and a minor amount of sleep) at least I have been on vacation a few weeks this summer (in chunks). For two weeks I totally abstained to use a computer. I only used the smart phone from time to time for ...
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Its been a very profitable 2+ years for the big 6 "defense" contractors. By "defense", what they really mean to say is that the world needs to defend themselves against their killing greed. FOLLOW THE MONEY!

“WAR is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one
international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives.” 
― Smedley D. Butler, War Is a Racket
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7 Myths About The Brain You Thought Were True: http://youtu.be/DfgkAJmp9-A
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Dropbox Icon missing in Ubuntu
On Ubuntu 12.04 as well as 14.04 with recent versions of compiz, dropbox or whatever other module the Dropbox icon may be missing in the upper right corner (system tray) after login. This is in general just an annoyance because Dropbox is still running in b...
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