What makes something a service is the way it’s constructed and the way it interacts and is used within a system. - SOA Patterns, p218
Category Archive for 'humour'
Today I arrived at this page when I was checking out information about the MySql Falcon engine: http://forge.mysql.com/wiki/Falcon Below is the part I found amusing: Falcon is NOT … Jim (Starkey) ‘s been at this for a long time, there have been some changes since he wrote his first database at DEC: Uni-processors to multi-core [...]
Well, I know, to many people this is not a good joke. Dirk considers it junk. But it made me laugh for a little while. Don’t know who’s the author, I guess must be from somewhere in the US. He’s very good at writing not-so-good English, so vividly. Boycott what, Olympic? Author: unkown Boycott what, [...]
The other day I stared at Henri Cartier-Bresson’s Siphnos (the left picture) in a book for a very long time. Dirk felt strange and asked what was so good about this picture. I read the introduction in the book “…the form, tone, proportion, lines, structure and balance (are all perfect)…” to him. He immediately showed [...]
Weeks ago I ordered two CDs from cdbaby.com. Here is the shipping confirmation from cdbaby: ellen – Thanks for your order with CD Baby! … Your CDs have been gently taken from our CD Baby shelves with sterilized contamination-free gloves and placed onto a satin pillow. A team of 50 employees inspected your CDs and [...]
Dirk and I were at the cosmetic department in Sogo, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. I was trying out some blush and eye shadow colours. Dirk looked at the prices and said: “My sister likes to buy colours from DIY home improvement hardware stores. There you can get the red colours in 10kg or 20kg buckets [...]
Dirk and I are constantly producing jokes in our life, it might not be a bad idea to collect the laughs we have had. Today Dirk’s boss Peter is going to have a Ph.D party at home. Dirk is taking me there. I was programming in Drools in the afternoon and talked to Dirk for [...]