I guess you want to know who is running this blog. So, my name is W-Mark Kubacki. I am a graduate student to the Faculty of Computer Science, University of Hanover. And despite the faculty being named such, I prefer to refer to my field of studies as “Informatics“.
I have written a thesis about knowledge management at the Institute of Systems Engineering. It’s about search space limitation, to be more precisely. My points of interests are VLDB, web applications, group communications, distributed as well as parallel systems and high-scalable architectures.
If not designing the latter or providing consultancy to achieve them, I enjoy photography, reading books with a cultural, historical or political touch. You can write me in about six languages and e.g., test my Mandarin. In summer I do swim a lot and practice Martial Arts for… already many years. Although I do love to discuss and think about even the absurd concepts (of whatever field), insist on netiquette.
You’re welcome to contact me by email: email@example.com.
Where you can find me:
I do believe that:
- We’ll be soon able to search for pictures of someone on the web as photos being run routinely through face-recognition. (That is why I don’t publish photos of me on the web.)
- Browsers won’t became the “new OS” until the prevailing scripting language won’t be compiled.
- Despite that, the future are web (whatever this will be) applications and distributed systems.
- ElGamal, RSA, DSA and others basing on the discrete logarithm problem or integer/prime factorization are already broken.
- Cultural diversity and individuality is great, but standards (not necessarily patents) are the grease of development.
- Quality is not optional in development, and intuitive apprehension desired.
- Form is Politeness.