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HackerTalk with Aubrey de Grey

The first human beings who will live to 1,000 years old have already been born

On June 2, 2017, we got an awesome guest speaker at our HackerTalk - Aubrey de Grey, the Chief Science Officer and Co-Founder of the SENS Research Foundation. The foundation’s stated goal is to transform the way the world researches and treats age-related disease. Aubrey provocatively proposes that the first human beings who will live to 1,000 years old have already been born.

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HackerTalk with Marco Börries

Make small business work in a complex world

On May 5, 2017, Marco Börries presents his fourth product, NumberFour, or recently branded as enfore. Marco Börries is a German software engineer, a business friend and partner - and passionate entrepreneur! In his talk „Make small business work in a complex world“, he gives us an insight into his current product, his strategy as well as the architecture and technologies.

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SPIEGEL ONLINE compares top 17 offices

Where would you like to work?

SPIEGEL ONLINE compares the top 17 offices worldwide - we are in. According to a study, the productivity of each individual depends on the spatiality of the workplace. Where would you like to work?

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Even though machines are taking over more jobs that previously have been executed by humans, this development also bears a lot of opportunities for us, because we are still a valuable workforce. Nevertheless, the population declines and becomes increasingly older and many exciting jobs still remain that only someone made out of flesh and blood can do best. At the same time, the human workforce is decreasing. This is where intelligent machines can steer demographic changes towards our benefit. Claudia’s article explains why we should embrace the opportunities created by the Second Machine Age.

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From November, 25 to 27, 2016 the third Robotic Hamburg Open Workshop (RoHOW) will be held at the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). The RoHOW is an educational and networking event of students of the Universität Hamburg and the TUHH with students and scientists from all over the world that are active in research on humanoid robots. Teams of the standard platform and Humanoid Kid Size League are invited to present their work. RoHOW is organized by students from the RoboCup teams of the Universität Hamburg and the TUHH. freiheit.com is proud to support the open workshop!

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On October 26, 2016, we hang out with these cool, young mathematicians from Lothar Collatz School for Computing in Science, which promotes computational education & research at the interface of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Computational Sciences. It is a pleasure having you, thank you for visiting us!

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Claudia Dietze - columnist for the online magazine SAAL ZWEI - writes exclusively about topics that move her in her daily life as top executive. Today: Man muss kein Programmierer sein, um Software zu entwickeln.

Not so long ago, not many job positions were offered for non-engineers in the digital industry. This has changed immensely. More and more jobs are created, where even a university degree in archaeology, history, or philosophy will take you a long way in the digital industry. Here, it is more important to understand different things in context and to question them. The second machine age will not only wipe out jobs but it will bring forth many and entirely new jobs. Nevertheless - and this may be the bad news for people with an educational background in humanities - at the same time, it won’t hurt if one is good in mathematics …

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Imagine the European Union builds its IT infrastructure based on free software. Imagine European member states trade information with the help of open standards and share their software. Imagine municipalities and city councils profit from decentralized and collaborative software based on free software licenses. Imagine Europeans are no longer forced to use proprietary software any longer.

That is the goal of the FSFE. The FSFE Summit is the general assembly that unites FSFE members and supporters from all over Europe.

As a long-term FSFE donor, freiheit.com is represented through its founder Stefan Richter. In his talk Free software is now the default choice for the digital transformation, Stefan speaks about free software as a standardized option within all major digitalization projects and Internet companies and offers basic decision guidelines for entrepreneurs, which he gathers from twenty years of personal experience.

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On September 8 and September 9, 2016, the German Unix User Group in Cologne organizes the OpenPGP.conf - the first public conference with main topic OpenPGP. We are supporters because strong encryption is the most important basic technology of a free and digital future society. freiheit.com is proud to support the conference as silver sponsor.

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The photo blog “Office Snapshots” shows inspiring office designs from all over the globe. Along our company ethos “design follows function”, we have created a place, where both creative and analytical teams are able to ideally work in an innovative atmosphere. Office Snapshots has now published our work space among “the world’s best office designs” …

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Claudia Dietze - columnist for the online magazine SAAL ZWEI - writes exclusively about topics that move her in her daily life as top executive.

In the digital age, recruiting is becoming the most important management role, which is not only executed by CEOs in Silicon Valley. In her column “Jobinterviews sind CEO-Sache”, Claudia explains the importance of a CEO’s presence and how to implement a corporate value system in today’s recruiting process.

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Our founder Stefan Richter organizes the first Live Coding Meetup in Hamburg. On May 9, 2016, we will start off the Meetup with parser combinators in Haskell. Alex Biehl is going to present the basic concept and use of parser combinators and interactively build a JSON parser and develop a personal parser combinators library on the beamer. Parsers are used almost everywhere: HTML pages in browsers, JSON, or other small, self-defined format, which need to be assembled logically for processing, in order to be mapped onto data structures. Should a library - that gets the job done - not exist, the developer must build a parser manually. The effort to use established tools such as Yacc or ANTLR is fairly high, which is why it is sometimes obvious to use the quick and dirty solution via string operation and/or standard term. In short, both comprehensibility and maintainability suffer immensely. Parser combinators are a great answer: They allow construction of complicated parsers through the combination of small, simple parsers.

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