My new book:
visual lecture notes.
PDF, currently 350 pages, 121.9MB
🍍 Academic publishing is massively profitable
🍍 There is a shortage of stable long-term academic jobs
🍍 Most academic journal editors are unpaid volunteers
🍍 Editors are mostly people who are already professors or have another stable long-term job, and this just helps them to advance their career
🍍 Everyone has a story about how a journal editor dropped the ball and something bad happened to their paper
What if we—stay with me now—turned "Journal Editor" into a legit, paid, stable career path?
I wonder whom does this #ipv6 address belongs to
Command-line Tools can be 235x Faster than your Hadoop Cluster (2014)
(submitted by matthberg)
This is still true today
#ICWE2019 demos, posters and PhD Symposium papers deadline is approaching:
A Pattern Collection for Blockchain-based Applications
by Xiwei Xu, Cesare Pautasso, Liming Zhu, Qinghua Lu, and Ingo Weber.
the #europlop2018 proceedings are out!
Business travel refund forms to be approved will require submitting detailed GPS logs #predictions
Highlights from this week's conference trip in Paris.
As part of my ongoing separation from centralized social media, you can now follow me on Mastodon @firstname.lastname@example.org. Unlike Twitter (where some may be reading this), I’ll receive replies to that handle, thanks to the ActivityPub API and Microblog.
the slides of our #ICSOC2018 paper presentation are available:
Joint work with Uwe Zdun, Mirko Stocker, Olaf Zimmermann, and Daniel Lübke
IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE (ICSA 2019)
March 25-29, Hamburg
Paper submission deadline approaching: 29 November 2018 (abstracts)
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