There are transitive chains everywhere
The world is like rock, paper scissors.
ChatGPT helping to pick an API documentation framework
Transcript of a conversation with ChatGTP helping me to build a Swagger UI.
MSG uses facial recognition to harass its “enemies”
Lawyer was automatically identified and kicked out of a show.
Chat GPT Song
Task for ChatGPT: “Write new lyrics to the song boys don’t cry from the cure with the topic subway rides.”
Brave New World: Influence Engineering in 2022
… will “have Transformational Impact on Digital Advertising” — https://www.gartner.com/en/newsroom/press-releases/2022-08-03-gartner-identifies-four-emerging-technologies-expected-to-have-transformational-impact-on-digital-advertising
Plastic recycling is bullshit
Teamviewer better than gotoMeeting
I was surprised how often I encountered gotoMeeting over the last few years. I did not really like the software: The user interface is horrible, it is not available on Linux (which I am using), and the Android app seems unstable. Yesterday I used TeamViewer for the first time, I was pleasantly surprised: It worked […]
Beatiful Typsetting with LaTex… not
Very funny – via Dirk Riehle:
Meine Rückblick auf 2015 bei Jaxenter
Meine Beiträge zu "Entwickler blicken zurück auf 2015", Teile 1 – 5: https://jaxenter.de/10-geheimtipps-sprachen-tools-frameworks-32420 https://jaxenter.de/gadgets-2015-32471 https://jaxenter.de/software-projekte-die-2015-enttaeuscht-haben-32479 https://jaxenter.de/10-technologien-mit-denen-sie-sich-2016-befassen-sollten-32491 https://jaxenter.de/java-9-verschoben-was-entwickler-wirklich-darueber-denken-32505
Teaching Modelling with #Eclipse #Papyrus?
I received a very interesting report on modeling in the classroom, from Grischa Liebel from the University of Gothenburg. While one of the tools evaluated was Papyrus, the reports deals more generally with the the perception of usefulness of modeling: Dear colleagues, With the risk that quite some of you are on the mailing list […]