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Max Völkel
Works at Calpano
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Lives in Karlsruhe, Germany
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On which planet is this? How many animals are hidden in the picture? What was the last drink the photographer had before taking this picture?
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For Semantic Web Nerds
In DenkWerkZeug 1.4.1, which was released 5 minutes ago, we added features for semantic web nerds. You can now Import RDF files New: Import the built-in RDF(S) 1.1 or OWL 2 ontologies with just one click Control the URI used when exporting to RDF. Effective...
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It's this special time of the year. Something magic is in the air. I'm talking of Inbox Zero. Yeah!
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DenkWerkZeug for Beginners
We just released a new, simple explanation about the core concepts of DenkWerkZeug, the guide DenkWerkZeug for Beginners .
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How to rule all platforms from Java with #GWT and J2Objc. GWT is coming back...
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Nice #softwareengineering article and an OK discussion on #hackernews
Extreme Programming had this idea of doing "the simplest thing that could possibly work". Don't get hung up on lots of architecture or design; make something simple that works. But of course, that doesn't work for long - the requirements get more sophisticated, and the simplest thing no longer ...
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GWT Injection (GIN) considered too much work when using GWT 2.6.x. Too many dependencies to build manually. Another time. #gwt   #gin   #giveup  (opinion formed from reading documentation and issues)
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+James Annesley why go with all or nothing?  Shouldn't he be able to use it piecemeal perhaps on any new code he is developing?  Dependency injection is great, but the old school factory patterns compensated for it pretty good IMHO, so +Max Völkel  you should at least start coding to interfaces going forward.  I was happy how much boiler plate code GIN/GUICE eliminated for me, kept code more readable as well, and much less interdependence between objects. 
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Why the React Hype?
If the DOM is a data base, then transactions are the missing feature . React  adds this. One react cycle is like one transaction. If the browsers would support a kind of native DOM transaction , there would be less hype around React.  The existing "batch op...
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Automatic Mind Graph - Explore Your Ideas
So many features have been added and improved since we spoke last time. The release of DenkWerkZeug V 1.4.0 marks another milestone. Let's review the new features: ⬣ My personal favorite feature for February is the Visual Mind Graph . It takes the item that...
So many features have been added and improved since we spoke last time. The release of DenkWerkZeug V 1.4.0 marks another milestone. Let's review the new features: ⬣ My personal favorite feature for February is the Visual M...
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TagCloud feature released in DenkWerkZeug v1.1.1
tl,dr: DenkWerkZeug v1.1.1 has a new tag cloud feature.  The sample knowledge file "Lean Startup" as seen in the tag cloud feature Just before the year 2014 ends, DenkWerkZeug brings you a new feature, the tag cloud. The tag cloud shows the most used items ...
tl,dr: DenkWerkZeug v1.1.1 has a new tag cloud feature.  The sample knowledge file "Lean Startup" as seen in the tag cloud feature Just before the year 2014 ends, DenkWerkZeug brings you a new feature, the tag cloud. T...
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DenkWerkZeug v1.1.0 Released
tl,dr: v1.1.0 can now be used by everyone for free; pretty stable; bugs will get fixed.  Download Version v1.1.0 ... The latest release of DenkWerkZeug v1.1.0 is released just today, on 2014-12-09.  This is the first public beta release.  What is DenkWerkZe...
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Who wants a #GoogleInbox  invite? Send me your gmail address as a private message. First come, first served. No idea, how many invites I can sent. 
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I've been using it for a couple weeks now, and I'm super-impressed.  For the first time in my life, I feel like I'm on top of my email.
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  • Calpano
    2010 - present
  • Calpano.com
    Founder & CEO, present
  • AIFB, FZI
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Karlsruhe, Germany
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Münster, Germany - Galway, Ireland - Austin, Texas
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One business idea a day -- programming them away
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You can find contact information at my personal homepage.
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  • KIT.edu
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Still looking a bit like in the Fifties this family-owned bar produces not only house-made ice cream but also nice lunch, snacks and breakfast. Free WiFi and even power sockets for laptops make it a nice place to meet and work or just enjoy the sun - there are two terraces, so one always catches the sun.
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