You are looking for a good read for the holiday season or even a geeky present? My dissertation is now published at the @HTWKLeipzig Open Access University Press. It is available online https://doi.org/10.33968/9783966270205-00 and at your favorite book shop.
https://natanael.arndt.xyz/2020/12/15/dissertation #RDF #Git
Software Architecture: visual lecture notes.
From quality attributes to how to design and model components, interfaces, connectors, containers, all the way to services and microservices.
My lockdown project is finished!
694 pages (PDF) with all slides and transcription of my lectures.
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?
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!
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
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