Jan-Lukas Else

Thoughts of an IT expert

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Just got my second booster shot. 💉 Hoping to stay free of COVID-19 on vacation and beyond…

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“What would a real Web3 look like?”

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Matt Baer, found of write.as, compares the web3 with his vision of how a real Web 3.0 could look like.

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Reply to: Advent of Bloggers 2021: Day 8

Thank you for featuring my blog in your latest “Advent of Bloggers” post and your kind words, James! 🤓

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Windows 11’s package manager

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Windows 11 is even better than I expected and my first impression was. Next to running Linux GUI apps, there’s also winget included, the Windows Package Manager. winget allows installing and updating apps directly from the terminal. (I first blogged about it last year in May.)

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A browser for my smartwatch

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Until recently, I used the first generation Galaxy Watch with Tizen. For Tizen, Samsung had released a browser app for smartwatches. This allowed me to view links in notifications directly on the smartwatch when I didn’t want to reach for my phone.

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Today’s web experience

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Guangyi Li has created a page that demonstrates quite well the current state of the web. You search for something on Google, land on a website and then the click torture starts, until you finally land on the content, but then you have to click again…

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On the one hand, it feels pretty good to have worked quite focused all the time from seven in the morning until half past six in the evening and also to have accomplished a lot. On the other hand, it’s also pretty exhausting and I’m glad I only have to work 40 hours a week, so I don’t have to work that long every day. But still, I’m glad to have a job that I enjoy and am good at, that pays well and is not physically demanding. 👨‍💻

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XOR Operator in Java

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At work today I came across an Eclipse feature for cleaning up Java code. It helps you to improve the code, for example to add final to attributes or parameters, or to improve boolean expressions.

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Another wide-angle impression in the evening. 🏙️

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The neighborhood is becoming quite green. 🌳🏡

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