All posts tagged with 'Java'

Yet another incarnation of my ongoing scrobbles

03-Oct-21

These days my computer work is mostly concerned with all things Neo4j. Being it Spring Data Neo4j, the Cypher DSL, our integration with other frameworks and tooling or general internal things, among them being part of the Cypher language group. In contrast to a couple of years, I don’t spent that much time around a […]

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Do some puzzles sometimes

03-Feb-21

Wait, I here you say “This guy writing there, didn’t he write about not having time and energy for site projects?”: Honestly, I admire all the folks in my IT bubble starting and finishing new side projects. How do you do it these days? I have a hard time already distinguishing Blursday 1…5 and the […]

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Die deutsche “Corona-Warn-App” CWA

31-May-20

Im Jahr 2020 passieren einige Dinge, die wohl kaum ein Mensch Ende des vergangenen Jahres hätte ahnen können. Die COVID-19 Pandemie ist es nicht… Führende Stimmen warnten schon lange. Die Pandemie ist allerdings Auslöser für vieles. So auch für die deutsche Variante der aktuell überall erscheinenden Corona-Tracing-Apps, die “Corona-Warn-App” beziehungsweise kurz CWA die nun von […]

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On becoming a Java Champion

20-Aug-18

July 2018 marks a personal highlight of mine. Just a bit after Rabea brought the news to our very own EuregJUG, the Java Champions account send this tweet out: SUPERB! Please join us in welcoming these new Java Champions to our Community. Well done everyone@alextheedom@TheDonRaab @JonathanGiles@cero_t@jyukutyo @michaelminella @NikhilNanivade @rotnroll666@ustarahman pic.twitter.com/FIp1W6wg13 — Java Champions (@Java_Champions) July […]

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Java: 2016 recap

10-Dec-16

As last year I’m gonna write a short recap here. In global life, 2016 wasn’t a good year, in my private and work life however, 2016 was the best year in a long time. Java activity started early 2016, first with an Euregio JUG event having Bert-Jan in Aachen, NetBeans day in Utrecht and Java […]

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