Due to Google+, my Klout score on LinkedIn is slowly decreasing. I used to be a specialist with score 48, now I'm once again a networker:
Note that I'm in good company: the avatar of the guy next to me belongs to Nikesh Arora.
August seems to be slightly better than July:
But that's also true for other companies:
Note that the number of visits went up just after the release ;-)
iText Software is looking for developers for its Belgian offices:
You're a Java/Java EE developer, and you're used to working with tools such as Eclipse, Maven, Jenkins. You don't know all frameworks in detail, but you know what Spring, Java Server Faces, Hibernate, and so on, are about. You'll know how to use them when needed.
Some knowledge about C# is a plus, but not a must.
Subject: Maintenance release of iText; change in architecture for XML Worker
Recently somebody wrote that this page is misleading because it says:
His interpretation of this message was that everybody who posted a question on the list was entitled to a gratis answer. He gave an example of a question that received a well-documented explanation, whereas his own question received an answer that was perceived as inadequate and insufficient. (There are also examples of questions that don't receive an answer at all.)
Many people post questions to the iText mailing list. They follow the rules and subscribe. However, some people are confused by the fact that third party services also offer the possibility to post question. Nabble is one of these services.
Unfortunately, your mail doesn't reach the real mailing-list if you post a question on Nabble. This is clearly indicated in yellow: