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bio website mackaz.de
location Berlin, Germany
age 32
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen Jul 10 at 19:23

I’m a software developer from Berlin, Germany. My technology skills/interests:

  • Python
  • Devops
  • Cloud Computing, Distributed Systems
  • Java EE + OSGi
  • Scala
  • Gradle, Maven, Ant
  • Adobe Flex

Me on github: https://github.com/ifischer


Jun
16
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
16
awarded  Yearling
Dec
11
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
17
asked Merge and view rotated and compressed logfiles
Aug
23
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
30
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
24
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
27
awarded  Popular Question
May
8
revised sed: replace each occurence of 4 spaces (at beginning of a line) with 2 spaces
added 538 characters in body
May
8
accepted sed: replace each occurence of 4 spaces (at beginning of a line) with 2 spaces
May
8
revised sed: replace each occurence of 4 spaces (at beginning of a line) with 2 spaces
deleted 5 characters in body
May
8
comment sed: replace each occurence of 4 spaces (at beginning of a line) with 2 spaces
perltidy seems to be suited only towards Perl scripts: "Perltidy is a Perl script which indents and reformats Perl scripts to make them easier to read". When invoked on my example, it complains about Syntax errors.
May
8
asked sed: replace each occurence of 4 spaces (at beginning of a line) with 2 spaces
Feb
18
awarded  Critic
Jan
22
accepted VMWare performance difference between using physical disk and virtual disk (VMFS)
Jan
8
accepted VMWare on Intel i7-2600[S/K]: VM processor configuration for maximum performance
Jan
8
comment VMWare on Intel i7-2600[S/K]: VM processor configuration for maximum performance
Because I have some hardware driver issues on Linux, since some drivers are not available or implemented badly. Also the power management (control fan speed etc.) is bad or really hard to implement on Linux. So I want Windows to handle all the Hardware drivers stuff and let Linux access the hardware through VMWare.
Jan
7
asked VMWare performance difference between using physical disk and virtual disk (VMFS)
Jan
7
comment VMWare on Intel i7-2600[S/K]: VM processor configuration for maximum performance
changed the question accordingly