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bio website pilhuhn.blogspot.com
location Stuttgart, Germany
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seen Feb 27 '13 at 14:03

Working on http://rhq-project.org/ for a living and on https://github.com/pilhuhn/ZwitscherA for fun.


Feb
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awarded  Constituent
Feb
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awarded  Caucus
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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comment As a Junior Software Engineer should I say that something has been done wrong if I feel so?
+1 for "offering to help"
Dec
5
comment How to encourage creative user interface design?
So +1 on getting a UI designer on board.
May
2
answered what will be the reason for a group to write a programming language
Apr
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comment Is there a clear leader amongst JVM-based languages?
Define "leader" :) In the pure sense of "# of times used", Java itself is the clear leader
Apr
19
comment Questions and Concerns About Using Java/Tomcat and Apache
Mod_cluster is separate to work against some of the shortcomings of mod_jk - I've added a link to my answer.
Apr
19
revised Questions and Concerns About Using Java/Tomcat and Apache
added 102 characters in body
Apr
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answered Questions and Concerns About Using Java/Tomcat and Apache
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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awarded  Editor
Apr
17
revised Is it a good idea to take a dev job knowing you'll be leaving shortly?
s/9/12/ after the original posters comment
Apr
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comment Is it a good idea to take a dev job knowing you'll be leaving shortly?
Sorry, I did not mean to try to get double votes. After clicking on submit, I was still standing at the page with editor box open when I came back, so I thought I forget to submit. I've deleted the other post.
Apr
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answered Is it a good idea to take a dev job knowing you'll be leaving shortly?
Mar
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awarded  Commentator
Mar
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comment Twitter's new approach of third party application? How would you see this move as developer… especially you plan to build a twitter client
There will be a group of users that will move over. For sure not the mainstream. The api of status.net is similar enough to twitter to implement the most basic things by just having a different api endpoint. Status.net has the advantage that you can have private (=organization internal) instances. But then Justin Bieber will probably never be on status.net.
Mar
12
answered Twitter's new approach of third party application? How would you see this move as developer… especially you plan to build a twitter client
Mar
3
answered Have you worked with poorly designed application?
Mar
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comment Have you worked with poorly designed application?
+1 on unit tests.