Monthly Archives: September 2011

Propädeutikum Recap

In the last days, we had 2 units Maths, 2 units Algorithm Introduction, 2 units General Introductions and 2 units of Introduction into Programming. Each has a “?” in its title, to show that the units should prepare us to … Continue reading

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Eierlegende Wollmilchsau

This is one point where the english language is short a word compared to German. “Eierlegende Wollmilchsau” is fantasy animal that is able to produce eggs, wool, milk and ham. The english translation for it is “swiss army knife”. It’s … Continue reading

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Couchburg @ Augsburg

One might get the impression that there is some Couchsurfing Invasion every weekend. And this is right! Some Couchsurfers literally spend their summers traveling from one big meeting to the next. Some do work in between, some just take as … Continue reading

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Propädeutikum

It took me some time to pronounce this right, and also to remember the name of it. A nicer, shorter and better-to-understand name for it is “Prolog”. This is what will occoupy me throughout the first week at University. It … Continue reading

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Very nice.

I just handed in my application forms for the Selbsterhalterstipendium (the grant I hope to receive as I have worked full-time during the last 4.5 years). The people at the agency are very nice and helped me complete the forms … Continue reading

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Farewell

The last 16 months have been great. In private, but also in working life. The team at the Software Company is way more a team than I have experienced before. There is more chatting, more fun, more laughter, and more … Continue reading

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Short visit

My brother came to visit a friend in Vienna on Saturday and Sunday. As his friend had lame plans for Saturday (shopping and going to a museum – with the great weather we had!), he agreed on going to Lainzer … Continue reading

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