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  • Visual Studio 2008: Start custom build target via project/solution context menu - without add-in

    - by Achim
    I have a custom build target in a visual studio 2008 c# project. Is there a simple way to add a context menu item to the project, so that the custom build target can be executed via the ide? The build target is not integrated into the default build process and has to be started by hand. This step should be simple for all developers and should not force them to execute msbuild from the command line. Any hint for a simple, working solution? regards, Achim

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  • Update information outdated

    - by Achim Krause
    I have a warning triangle that my update information is outdated, the last update was 12 days ago. I use Ubuntu 11.10. A run of sudo apt-get update produces the following output: Ign http://ppa.launchpad.net oneiric InRelease Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric InRelease Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates InRelease Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports InRelease Ign http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security InRelease Ign http://extras.ubuntu.com oneiric InRelease Hit http://ppa.launchpad.net oneiric Release.gpg Get:1 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric Release.gpg [198 B] Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security Release.gpg Get:2 http://extras.ubuntu.com oneiric Release.gpg [72 B] Hit http://ppa.launchpad.net oneiric Release Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates Release.gpg Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security Release Hit http://extras.ubuntu.com oneiric Release Err http://extras.ubuntu.com oneiric Release Hit http://ppa.launchpad.net oneiric/main Sources Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports Release.gpg Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/main Sources Hit http://ppa.launchpad.net oneiric/main i386 Packages Ign http://ppa.launchpad.net oneiric/main TranslationIndex Ign http://linux.dropbox.com oneiric InRelease Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/restricted Sources Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/universe Sources Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/multiverse Sources Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/main i386 Packages Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/restricted i386 Packages Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/universe i386 Packages Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/multiverse i386 Packages Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/main TranslationIndex Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/multiverse TranslationIndex Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/restricted TranslationIndex Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/universe TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric Release Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates Release Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric Release Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/main Translation-en Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/multiverse Translation-en Hit http://linux.dropbox.com oneiric Release.gpg Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/restricted Translation-en Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports Release Hit http://security.ubuntu.com oneiric-security/universe Translation-en Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/main Sources/DiffIndex Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/restricted Sources/DiffIndex Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/universe Sources/DiffIndex Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/multiverse Sources/DiffIndex Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/main i386 Packages/DiffIndex Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/restricted i386 Packages/DiffIndex Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/universe i386 Packages/DiffIndex Ign http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/multiverse i386 Packages/DiffIndex Hit http://linux.dropbox.com oneiric Release Get:3 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/main TranslationIndex [3,289 B] Get:4 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/multiverse TranslationIndex [2,265 B] Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/restricted TranslationIndex Get:5 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/universe TranslationIndex [2,640 B] Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/restricted i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/universe i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/multiverse i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/main TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/multiverse TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/restricted TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/universe TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/main Sources Hit http://linux.dropbox.com oneiric/main i386 Packages Ign http://ppa.launchpad.net oneiric/main Translation-en_US Ign http://ppa.launchpad.net oneiric/main Translation-en Ign http://linux.dropbox.com oneiric/main TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/restricted Sources Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/universe Sources Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/multiverse Sources Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/main i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/restricted i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/universe i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/multiverse i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/main TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/multiverse TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/restricted TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/universe TranslationIndex Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/main Sources Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/restricted Sources Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/universe Sources Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/multiverse Sources Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/main i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/restricted i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/universe i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/multiverse i386 Packages Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric/restricted Translation-en Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/main Translation-en Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/multiverse Translation-en Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/restricted Translation-en Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/universe Translation-en Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/main Translation-en Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/multiverse Translation-en Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/restricted Translation-en Hit http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-backports/universe Translation-en Err http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/main Sources 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] Err http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/restricted Sources 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] Err http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/universe Sources 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] Err http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/multiverse Sources 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] Err http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric-updates/main i386 Packages 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] Ign http://linux.dropbox.com oneiric/main Translation-en_US Ign http://linux.dropbox.com oneiric/main Translation-en Fetched 273 B in 2s (91 B/s) Reading package lists... Done W: A error occurred during the signature verification. The repository is not updated and the previous index files will be used. GPG error: http://extras.ubuntu.com oneiric Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG 16126D3A3E5C1192 Ubuntu Extras Archive Automatic Signing Key <[email protected]> W: GPG error: http://de.archive.ubuntu.com oneiric Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG 40976EAF437D05B5 Ubuntu Archive Automatic Signing Key <[email protected]> W: Failed to fetch http://extras.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric/Release W: Failed to fetch http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric/main/i18n/Index No Hash entry in Release file /var/lib/apt/lists/partial/de.archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_oneiric_main_i18n_Index W: Failed to fetch http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric/multiverse/i18n/Index No Hash entry in Release file /var/lib/apt/lists/partial/de.archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_oneiric_multiverse_i18n_Index W: Failed to fetch http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric/universe/i18n/Index No Hash entry in Release file /var/lib/apt/lists/partial/de.archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_oneiric_universe_i18n_Index W: Failed to fetch http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric-updates/main/source/Sources 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] W: Failed to fetch http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric-updates/restricted/source/Sources 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] W: Failed to fetch http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric-updates/universe/source/Sources 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] W: Failed to fetch http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric-updates/multiverse/source/Sources 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] W: Failed to fetch http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric-updates/main/binary-i386/Packages 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable [IP: 141.30.13.30 80] W: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead. There are some questions with similar problems, but no one seems to get these "Range Not Satisfiable" errors. I do not use a proxy, and the network configuration should not have changed since it worked the last time.

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  • subdomain .htaccess redirection via ssh remote port forwarding

    - by Achim
    I ask you to help me URL redirecting a subdomain to a SSH remote forwarded port: The current setup is the following: The server A have a local webserver running on port 80. This server is connected to a DSL line or a GPRS connection where the IP address changes often. To prevent a DynDNS setup we established a SSH remote port forwarding to a server B with a static IP adress. This is done on server A by the following statement: ssh -N -p 80 -g -R 10000:localhost:80 [email protected]<Server B IP> So by accessing the new port 10000 of the servers B IP-adress, all traffic is forwarded to the server A port 80 - this works fine! But to offer a more comfortable url to the user I want to hide the server B IP-adress and offer a subdomain. My domain provider allows to add subdomains and redirections to some other servers. In general, this works, I've tested this with different servers. But it don't work if the destination is the port forwarded port of server B. The initial redirection is done, the request is send to server A and the response are forwarded to server B and shown in the browser - fine. But then the URL within the browser is switched away from the subdomain to the IP:port of server B. So the user don't see the subdomain in the URL string of the browser anymore. I've tried this with my providers subdomain redirection, as well as .htaccess redirect, as well as META refresh, the problem always persist. Is there a parameter in the ssh reverse forwarding setup (I guess this is the place where the fix have to be) to keep the typed in subdomain URL and not show the IP. Thanks Achim

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  • Axis 1.4 Java: Modify HTTP response code

    - by Achim Bitzer
    Hello, Is there a way to modify the HTTP response code when using apache axis 1.4 for java? This would be useful for testing purposes, for example simulating server side errors. I've already tried the following: Set the HTTP code directly in the http servlet Request: MessageContext context = MessageContext.getCurrentContext(); HttpServletResponse response = (HttpServletResponse) context.getProperty( HTTPConstants.MC_HTTP_SERVLETRESPONSE); response.setStatus(e.getErrorCode()); // no effect Set the HTTP code as axis message context property: MessageContext context = MessageContext.getCurrentContext(); context.setProperty(HTTPConstants.MC_HTTP_STATUS_CODE, e.getErrorCode()); But this didn't seem to work, the actual HTTP code always was 200. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated :-) Greetings, Achim Bitzer

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  • iPhone StoreKit - invalid product id's

    - by Achim
    I'm trying to test the in App purchase within the sandbox environment. In order to test the code I a) created a In App Purchase Test User account under 'Manage Users' in iTunes Connect b) created some in app purchase products under 'Manage Your In App Purchases'. I used numeric values and alpha-numeric values for the Product ID's. c) Loaded the app onto the iPhone, went to Settings-Store and logged out of the regular store and into the under a) created test account d) set a breakpoint in the (void)productsRequest:(SKProductsRequest *)request didReceiveResponse:(SKProductsResponse *)response callback All the submitted Product ID's are in the response.invalidProductIdentifiers category. When submitting the request I use either the Product ID's used under b) directly or I tried to prefix them with the Bundle ID: NSString *id2 = @"com.super.duper.8"; NSSet *productList = [NSSet setWithObjects:id2, @"8", nil]; SKProductsRequest *request= [[SKProductsRequest alloc] initWithProductIdentifiers:productList]; Am I missing something obvious? Any help is appreciated. Achim

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  • Regression tests for T-SQL stored procedures

    - by Achim
    Hi, I would like to regression test t-sql stored procedures. My idea is to specify for each SP multiple input parameter sets. The SP should be executed with these parameters, results should be written to disc. Next time the new results should be compared with results stored before. Does anybody know a good tool for something like that? Should not be that hard to implement, but in practice you will need functionality like "ignore that column" or something like that. And I would assume that such a tool should already exist!? cheers, Achim

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  • Error details in embedded IronPython

    - by Achim
    Hi, I'm executing IronPython in my application. A script produces an UnboundNameException with the message "name 'source' is not defined". Because the script is correct in my opinion I would need more error information, but I'm not able to get them from the exception. The exception itself seems not to contain any information about line number of the source of the exception or something like this. I searched on Google, but all available information seems to be outdated. The Data dictionary of my exception is empty which means that Data["PythonExceptionInfo"] does not exist. The file version of my IronPython assembly is 2.0.20209.0 Any hint how to get more error details? cheers, Achim

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  • Cannot install eclipse due to broken packages

    - by Achim
    Trying to install eclipse, I get the following error: XXX:~$ sudo apt-get install eclipse Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming. The following information may help to resolve the situation: The following packages have unmet dependencies: eclipse : Depends: eclipse-jdt (>= 3.8.0~rc4-1ubuntu1) but it is not going to be installed Depends: eclipse-pde (>= 3.8.0~rc4-1ubuntu1) but it is not going to be installed E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages. I have no idea how to solve it. I'm quite new to Ubuntu, but I don't think that I'm using a unstable distribution. But I have added the repository which is required to install Tomcat7. Could that cause the problem?

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  • Disable Return key outside textareas on a Asp.Net web page (containing ajax code)

    - by Achim
    Hi, I have an Asp.Net web page, having the common Asp.Net form. The outer "border" of the page (i.e. main menu, header, ...) is build using normal Asp.Net code using a master page. The content of that page uses jQuery to display dynamic forms and to send data to the server. If I push the return key on that page, I jump to a (more or less) random page - which is not what the user expects. ;-) There are some text areas and the user must be able to enter line breaks. Otherwise it would be fine to disable the return key completely. Any bullet proof way to do that? I found some solutions on the web, which capture the keypress event and ignore \x13, but that does not really work. It works as long as the page has just loaded, but as soon as I have clicked on some elements, the return key behaves as usuall. Any hint would be really appreciated! Achim

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  • jQuery global variable best practice & options?

    - by Kris Krause
    Currently I am working on a legacy web page that uses a ton of javascript, jquery, microsoft client javascript, and other libraries. The bottom line - I cannot rewrite the entire page from scratch as the business cannot justify it. So... it is what it is. Anyway, I need to pollute (I really tried not too) the global namespace with a variable. There are the three options I was thinking - Just store/retrieve it using a normal javascript declaration - var x = 0; Utilize jQuery to store/retrieve the value in a DOM tag - $("body").data("x", 0); Utilize a hidden form field, and set/retrieve the value with jQuery - $("whatever").data("x", 0); What does everyone think? Is there a better way? I looked at the existing pile of code and I do not believe the variable can be scoped in a function.

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  • ASP.NET application/web service not working on Windows Vista/IIS 7: access right problem?

    - by Achim
    I have a .NET 3.5 based web service running at http://localhost/serivce.svc/. Then I have an ASP.NET application running at http://localhost/myApp. In Application_Load my application reads some XML configuration from the web service. That works fine on my machine, but: On Windows Vista with IIS 7 the request to the web services fails. The web service can be accessed via the browser without any problem. I configured the app pool of my application to run as admin. I added the admin to the IIS_USRS group, but it still cannot access the web service. impersonate=true/false seems not to make a difference.

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  • Asp.Net application/web service not working on Vista/IIS7: access right problem?

    - by Achim
    I have an .Net 3.5 based web service running at http://localhost/serivce.svc/. Then I have a Asp.Net application running at http://localhost/myApp. In Application_Load my App reads some XML configuration from the web service. That works fine on my machine, but: On Vista with IIS7 the request to the web services fails. The web service can be accessed via the browser without any problem. I configured the app pool of my App to run as admin. I added the admin to the IIS_USRS group, but it still cannot access the web service. impersonate=true/false seems not to make a difference.

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  • Tiny DSLR Intervalometer Snaps Pics On User-Defined Schedule

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    If you’re interested in time-lapse photography but underwhelmed by the in-camera options (or lack there of) or don’t want to shell out money for an expensive commercial intervalometer, this DIY option is pretty slick solution. Achim Sack, a fan of hardware hacking and time lapse photography, created a super tiny interval timer that works with Nikon, Canon, and Pentax DSLRs. Plug it in, snap a shot between 0.4 seconds and 18 minutes to set the interval and then leave it be. As long as you have space on the memory card and power left in the battery the camera will keep snapping pictures. Hit up the link below to see his schematics, parts list, and more photos of the build. Interval Timer v2 [via Hack A Day] How To Encrypt Your Cloud-Based Drive with BoxcryptorHTG Explains: Photography with Film-Based CamerasHow to Clean Your Dirty Smartphone (Without Breaking Something)

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  • Windows Phone 7 : 1,5 millions d'unités écoulées en six semaines selon son vice-président marketing, bon ou mauvais chiffre ?

    Windows Phone 7 : 1.5 millions d'unités écoulées en six semaines Selon le vice-président marketing de l'OS, bon ou mauvais chiffre ? Lors d'une interview réalisée en interne, Achim Berg, le vise-président chargé du marketing du département Windows Phone, a déclaré que les constructeurs de téléphones partenaires de Microsoft, avaient écoulé 1.5 millions d'unités sous Windows Phone 7 depuis la sortie de l'OS. Très loin des 300 000 activations quotidienne d'Android, ce chiffre doit tout de même être relativisé. Il ne s'agit en effet pas du nombre d'activations par les nouveaux utilisateurs finaux, mais des appareils vendus aux importateurs et aux détaillants. A...

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  • Avec 1.5 millions d'unités écoulées, les Windows Phone 7 sont "les meilleurs du marché", Ballmer également satisfait de Bing

    1.5 millions de windows phone 7 HTC écoulés annonce Steve Ballmer le 17/01/2011 Selon son PDG Steve Ballmer, qui semble officialiser des propos tenus en interne par Achim Berg fin décembre 2010 (lire news précédente), le Windows Phone 7 HTC est "le meilleur sur le marché". Le dirigeant de Microsoft est apparu très optimiste quant à la réussite des mobiles et des décisions techniques de son entreprise, malgré une série de départs et la concurrence rude sur le marché des Smartphones avec Apple. Ballmer a parlé des jeux et des moteurs de recherche comme d'une réussite, notamment avec la Xbox qui selon lui n'est pas seulement une ...

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  • Windows Phone 7 : 1,5 millions d'unités écoulés en six semaines selon son vice-président marketing, bon ou mauvais chiffre ?

    Windows Phone 7 : 1.5 millions d'unités écoulés en six semaines Selon le vice-président marketing de l'OS, bon ou mauvais chiffre ? Lors d'une interview réalisée en interne, Achim Berg, le vise-président chargé du marketing du département Windows Phone, a déclaré que les constructeurs de téléphones partenaires de Microsoft, avaient écoulé 1.5 millions d'unités sous Windows Phone 7 depuis la sortie de l'OS. Très loin des 300 000 activations quotidienne d'Android, ce chiffre doit tout de même être relativisé. Il ne s'agit en effet pas du nombre d'activations par les nouveaux utilisateurs finaux, mais des appareils vendus aux importateurs et aux détaillants. Au...

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  • Windows Phone 7 : 1.5 millions d'unités écoulés en six semaines selon le vice-président marketing de l'OS, bon ou mauvais chiffre ?

    Windows Phone 7 : 1.5 millions d'unités écoulés en six semaines Selon le vice-président marketing de l'OS, bon ou mauvais chiffre ? Lors d'une interview réalisée en interne, Achim Berg, le vise-président chargé du marketing du département Windows Phone, a déclaré que les constructeurs de téléphones partenaires de Microsoft, avaient écoulé 1.5 millions d'unités sous Windows Phone 7 depuis la sortie de l'OS. Très loin des 300 000 activations quotidienne d'Android, ce chiffre doit tout de même être relativisé. Il ne s'agit en effet pas du nombre d'activations par les nouveaux utilisateurs finaux, mais des appareils vendus aux importateurs et aux détaillants. Au...

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  • 202 blog articles

    - by mprove
    All my blog articles under blogs.oracle.com since August 2005: 202 blog articles Apr 2012 blogs.oracle.com design patch Mar 2012 Interaction 12 - Critique Mar 2012 Typing. Clicking. Dancing. Feb 2012 Desktop Mobility in Hospitals with Oracle VDI /video Feb 2012 Interaction 12 in Dublin - Highlights of Day 3 Feb 2012 Interaction 12 in Dublin - Highlights of Day 2 Feb 2012 Interaction 12 in Dublin - Highlights of Day 1 Feb 2012 Shit Interaction Designers Say Feb 2012 Tips'n'Tricks for WebCenter #3: How to display custom page titles in Spaces Jan 2012 Tips'n'Tricks for WebCenter #2: How to create an Admin menu in Spaces and save a lot of time Jan 2012 Tips'n'Tricks for WebCenter #1: How to apply custom resources in Spaces Jan 2012 Merry XMas and a Happy 2012! Dec 2011 One Year Oracle SocialChat - The Movie Nov 2011 Frank Ludolph's Last Working Day Nov 2011 Hans Rosling at TED Oct 2011 200 Countries x 200 Years Oct 2011 Blog Aggregation for Desktop Virtualization Oct 2011 Oracle VDI at OOW 2011 Sep 2011 Design for Conversations & Conversations for Design Sep 2011 All Oracle UX Blogs Aug 2011 Farewell Loriot Aug 2011 Oracle VDI 3.3 Overview Aug 2011 Sutherland's Closing Remarks at HyperKult Aug 2011 Surface and Subface Aug 2011 Back to Childhood in UI Design Jul 2011 The Art of Engineering and The Engineering of Art Jul 2011 Oracle VDI Seminar - June-30 Jun 2011 SGD White Paper May 2011 TEDxHamburg Live Feed May 2011 Oracle VDI in 3 Minutes May 2011 Space Ship Earth 2011 May 2011 blog moving times Apr 2011 Frozen tag cloud Apr 2011 Oracle: Hardware Software Complete in 1953 Apr 2011 Interaction Design with Wireframes Apr 2011 A guide to closing down a project Feb 2011 Oracle VDI 3.2.2 Jan 2011 free VDI charts Jan 2011 Sun Founders Panel 2006 Dec 2010 Sutherland on Leadership Dec 2010 SocialChat: Efficiency of E20 Dec 2010 ALWAYS ON Desktop Virtualization Nov 2010 12,000 Desktops at JavaOne Nov 2010 SocialChat on Sharing Best Practices Oct 2010 Globe of Visitors Oct 2010 SocialChat about the Next Big Thing Oct 2010 Oracle VDI UX Story - Wireframes Oct 2010 What's a PC anyway? Oct 2010 SocialChat on Getting Things Done Oct 2010 SocialChat on Infoglut Oct 2010 IT Twenty Twenty Oct 2010 Desktop Virtualization Webcasts from OOW Oct 2010 Oracle VDI 3.2 Overview Sep 2010 Blog Usability Top 7 Sep 2010 100 and counting Aug 2010 Oracle'izing the VDI Blogs Aug 2010 SocialChat on Apple Aug 2010 SocialChat on Video Conferencing Aug 2010 Oracle VDI 3.2 - Features and Screenshots Aug 2010 SocialChat: Don't stop making waves Aug 2010 SocialChat: Giving Back to the Community Aug 2010 SocialChat on Learning in Meetings Aug 2010 iPAD's Natural User Interface Jul 2010 Last day for Sun Microsystems GmbH Jun 2010 SirValUse Celebration Snippets Jun 2010 10 years SirValUse - Happy Birthday! Jun 2010 Wim on Virtualization May 2010 New Home for Oracle VDI Apr 2010 Renaissance Slide Sorter Comments Apr 2010 Unboxing Sun Ray 3 Plus Apr 2010 Desktop Virtualisierung mit Sun VDI 3.1 Apr 2010 Blog Relaunch Mar 2010 Social Messaging Slides from CeBIT Mar 2010 Social Messaging Talk at CeBIT Feb 2010 Welcome Oracle Jan 2010 My last presentation at Sun Jan 2010 Ivan Sutherland on Leadership Jan 2010 Learning French with Sun VDI Jan 2010 Learning Danish with Sun Ray Jan 2010 VDI workshop in Nieuwegein Jan 2010 Happy New Year 2010 Jan 2010 On Creating Slides Dec 2009 Best VDI Ever Nov 2009 How to store the Big Bang Nov 2009 Social Enterprise Tools. Beipiel Sun. Nov 2009 Nov-19 Nov 2009 PDF and ODF links on your blog Nov 2009 Q&A on VDI and MySQL Cluster Nov 2009 Zürich next week: Swiss Intranet Summit 09 Nov 2009 Designing for a Sustainable World - World Usabiltiy Day, Nov-12 Nov 2009 How to export a desktop from VDI 3 Nov 2009 Virtualisation Roadshow in the UK Nov 2009 Project Wonderland at EDUCAUSE 09 Nov 2009 VDI Roadshow in Dublin, Nov-26, 2009 Nov 2009 Sun VDI at EDUCAUSE 09 Nov 2009 Sun VDI 3.1 Architecture and New Features Oct 2009 VDI 3.1 is Early-Access Sep 2009 Virtualization for MySQL on VMware Sep 2009 Silpion & 13. Stock Sommerparty Sep 2009 Sun Ray and VMware View 3.1.1 2009-08-31 New Set of Sun Ray Status Icons 2009-08-25 Virtualizing the VDI Core? 2009-08-23 World Usability Day Hamburg 2009 - CfP 2009-07-16 Rising Sun 2009-07-15 featuring twittermeme 2009-06-19 ISC09 Student Party on June-20 /Hamburg 2009-06-18 Before and behind the curtain of JavaOne 2009-06-09 20k desktops at JavaOne 2009-06-01 sweet microblogging 2009-05-25 VDI 3 - Why you need 3 VDI hosts and what you can do about that? 2009-05-21 IA Konferenz 2009 2009-05-20 Sun VDI 3 UX Story - Power of the Web 2009-05-06 Planet of Sun and Oracle User Experience Design 2009-04-22 Sun VDI 3 UX Story - User Research 2009-04-08 Sun VDI 3 UX Story - Concept Workshops 2009-04-06 Localized documentation for Sun Ray Connector for VMware View Manager 1.1 2009-04-03 Sun VDI 3 Press Release 2009-03-25 Sun VDI 3 launches today! 2009-03-25 Sun Ray Connector for VMware View Manager 1.1 Update 2009-03-11 desktop virtualization wiki relaunch 2009-03-06 VDI 3 at CeBIT hall 6, booth E36 2009-03-02 Keyboard layout problems with Sun Ray Connector for VMware VDM 2009-02-23 wikis.sun.com tips & tricks 2009-02-23 Sun VDI 3 is in Early Access 2009-02-09 VirtualCenter unable to decrypt passwords 2009-02-02 Sun & VMware Desktop Training 2009-01-30 VDI at next09? 2009-01-16 Sun VDI: How to use virtual machines with multiple network adapters 2009-01-07 Sun Ray and VMware View 2009-01-07 Hamburg World Usability Day 2008 - Webcasts 2009-01-06 Sun Ray Connector for VMware VDM slides 2008-12-15 mother of all demos 2008-12-08 Build your own Thumper 2008-12-03 Troubleshooting Sun Ray Connector for VMware VDM 2008-12-02 My Roller Tag Cloud 2008-11-28 Sun Ray Connector: SSL connection to VDM 2008-11-25 Setting up SSL and Sun Ray Connector for VMware VDM 2008-11-13 Inspiration for Today and Tomorrow 2008-10-23 Sun Ray Connector for VMware VDM released 2008-10-14 From Sketchpad to ILoveSketch 2008-10-09 Desktop Virtualization on Xing 2008-10-06 User Experience Forum on Xing 2008-10-06 Sun Ray Connector for VMware VDM certified 2008-09-17 Virtual Clouds over Las Vegas 2008-09-14 Bill Verplank sketches metaphors 2008-09-04 End of Early Access - Sun Ray Connector for VMware 2008-08-27 Early Access: Sun Ray Connector for VMware Virtual Desktop Manager 2008-08-12 Sun Virtual Desktop Connector - Insides on Recycling Part 2 2008-07-20 Sun Virtual Desktop Connector - Insides on Recycling Part 3 2008-07-20 Sun Virtual Desktop Connector - Insides on Recycling 2008-07-20 lost in wiki space 2008-07-07 Evolution of the Desktop 2008-06-17 Virtual Desktop Webcast 2008-06-16 Woodstock 2008-06-16 What's a Desktop PC anyway? 2008-06-09 Virtual-T-Box 2008-06-05 Virtualization Glossary 2008-05-06 Five User Experience Principles 2008-04-25 Virtualization News Feed 2008-04-21 Acetylcholinesterase - Second Season 2008-04-18 Acetylcholinesterase - End of Signal 2007-12-31 Produkt-Management ist... 2007-10-22 Usability Verbände, Verteiler und Netzwerke. 2007-10-02 The Meaning is the Message 2007-09-28 Visualization Methods 2007-09-10 Inhouse und Open Source Projekte – Usability verankern und Synergien nutzen 2007-09-03 Der Schwabe Darth Vader entdeckt das Virale Marketing 2007-08-29 Dick Hardt 3.0 on Identity 2.0 2007-08-27 quality of written text depends on the tool 2007-07-27 podcasts for reboot9 2007-06-04 It is the user's itch that need to be scratched 2007-05-25 A duel at reboot9 2007-05-14 Taxonomien und Folksonomien - Tagging als neues HCI-Element 2007-05-10 Dueling Interaction Models of Personal-Computing and Web-Computing 2007-03-01 22.März: Weizenbaum. Rebel at Work. /Filmpremiere Hamburg 2007-02-25 Bruce Sterling at UbiComp 2006 /webcast 2006-11-12 FSOSS 2006 /webcasts 2006-11-10 Highway 101 2006-11-09 User Experience Roundtable Hamburg: EuroGEL 2006 2006-11-08 Douglas Adams' Hyperland (BBC 1990) 2006-10-08 Taxonomien und Folksonomien – Tagging als neues HCI-Element 2006-09-13 Usability im Unternehmen 2006-09-13 Doug does HyperScope 2006-08-26 TED Talks and TechTalks 2006-08-21 Kai Krause über seine Freundschaft zu Douglas Adams 2006-07-20 Rebel At Work: Film Portrait on Weizenbaum 2006-07-04 Gabriele Fischer, mp3 2006-06-07 Dick Hardt at ETech 06 2006-06-05 Weinberger: From Control to Conversation 2006-04-16 Eye Tracking at User Experience Roundtable Hamburg 2006-04-14 dropping knowledge 2006-04-09 GEL 2005 2006-03-13 slide photos of reboot7 2006-03-04 Dick Hardt on Identity 2.0 2006-02-28 User Experience Newsletter #13: Versioning 2006-02-03 Ester Dyson on Choice and Happyness 2006-02-02 Requirements-Engineering im Spannungsfeld von Individual- und Produktsoftware 2006-01-15 User Experience Newsletter #12: Intuition Quiz 2005-11-30 User Experience und Requirements-Engineering für Software-Projekte 2005-10-31 Ivan Sutherland on "Research and Fun" 2005-10-18 Ars Electronica / Mensch und Computer 2005 2005-09-14 60 Jahre nach Memex: Über die Unvereinbarkeit von Desktop- und Web-Paradigma 2005-08-31 reboot 7 2005-06-30

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