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Come again next morning

Internet, media, programing, tech-watch Hello Ryanair website programers. It is 20th November, 2017 Monday 3.15am Text says: “You are a bit early come tomorrow again to see the daily offer.” 0

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TNT programming blunders

consumer protection, Internet, programing, tech-watch PROGRAMMING BLUNDERS Watchdog in times with increased dependencies on software and its mismanagement / badly designed and/or programmed and/or not properly tested. ——————————————————————————– Less than 2 months TNT is putting back the used AWBs/tracking numbers and ... 0

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eBay programing blunders

eBay, programing, tech-watch How long this eBay programing blunder will go unnoticed: “Bitte geben Sie korrekte Informationen für folgende Felder ein: Die Nachricht an den Verkäufer ist zu lang. Bitte geben Sie weniger als 500 Zeichen ein.” while we read under the message: “Noch 10 Zeichen möglich. Kein HTML.” Basically, error message says that the e-mail message through eBay system is longer then 500 characters, while in the ... 0

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Hallo programmers!

e-Commerce, programing, tech-watch Instead of risking for delivery man to leave my DHL parcel with Frau Wagner or in Uwe’s Fahradladen, let me register for DHL Packstation. Hello programmers, blank screen??!! This is one of gems that I recently experience on the e-Commerce Net. I thought they didn’t test it for Google Chrome, as this was the case in the past, but this is also with MSIE 8. Although my blogging-companion book (soon about it) advise ... 0

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ILLUSION OF CELLULAR INTERNET CONNECTION

consumer protection, Internet, Mobile Internet, programing, tech-watch, Technology I went through the most miserable moments in my whole professional computer career. With optimal connection 25KB/sec download and 7KB/sec upload bandwidth on cellular Internet connection (costing €4.95 a day; T-Mobile web’n'walk USB Stick basic; declared as UMTS 3600 kbps Downstream / 384 kBit/s Upstream). So I am basically 20 years back to modems of 14.4KB/sec My coverage of the cellular Internet connection is only ... 0

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