Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Try Pink And Symbology = T.P.A.S. = I.S.I.S.

Holy Spirit Church in Tallinn, Estonia.
Comparison: Sun (Sol) left side & Tau Cetus on the right side
Gulf of Livonia (The Gulf of Riga or Bay of Riga)
                          Latvian: Rīgas jūras līcis           
                          Estonian: Liivi laht                    
                          Russian Рижский залив          
is a bay of the Baltic Sea
between Latvia
& Estonia.

Latvia is in the middle of the three Baltic countries. Estonia lies to the north, Russia to the east, Belarus to the southeast and Lithuania to the south. On the west is the Baltic Sea and the large Gulf of Livonia. Latvia was briefly independent between World War I & II. Like Lithuania & Estonia, Latvia was annexed by the Soviet Union early in World War II. Within a year Germany invaded. After World War II Latvia remained a part of the Soviet Union until it collapsed in 1991. The last Russian troops left in 1994 & Latvia joined NATO & the EU in 2004.
Linguistic map of Uralic languages
The native land of the Livonian people is the Livonian Coast of the Gulf of Livonia, located in Latvia, in the north of the Kurzeme peninsula. Livonian is closely related to Estonian, and both are Finno-Urgic varieties of Uralic languages. Unfortunately Livonian is a dormant language, with its last native speaker having died in 2013. Some ethnic Livonians are learning or have learned the language in an attempt to revive it, but because ethnic Livonians are a small minority, opportunities to use Livonian are limited. Uralic people and Slavic people have very similar mind-sets. The Tau Cetians and the Uralic+Slavic people have much in common. The nature of the mind-set of the Tau Cetians and the Uralic+Slavic people is to be, linear-active (Germanic style), multi-active (loquacious style) and re-active (Asiatic style) simultaneously.
Integrated Engineering (B.Sc. in Engineering) Estonia Tallinn
The Integrated Engineering programme provides students with sufficient knowledge to undertake activities in industry with the intention of continuing education in fields like: Industrial Engineering & Management; Design & Engineering; Mechatronics; Materials and Processes for Sustainable Energetics; Distributed Energy; Software Engineering; Cyber Security. Integrated Engineering shares knowledge in the main engineering disciplines and is based on problem-based learning – course projects are playing an essential role, enabling team working in solving different engineering problems. This programme is unique and is the only Integrated Engineering programme in the Baltic Sea region.
A.T.W. = Around The World
Nephilim Giant
caught on satellite imagery
of the Patagonian Mountains


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Beginning Relational Data Modeling, Second Edition will lead you step-by-step through the process of developing an effective logical data model for your relational database. No previous data modeling experience is even required. The authors infuse the book with concise, straightforward wisdom to explain a usually complex, jargon-filled discipline. And examples are based on their extensive experience modeling for real business systems."

Software Engineering 

and Management

Bachelor's Programme

#ITatGU @gu.se:

"By designing smart and efficient IT-solutions we can influence the future of peoples’ lives. People who – with the help of technology and management – create innovative products are sought after around the world.
The aim of the programme in Software Engineering and Management is to provide students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills required in a knowledge-intensive and changing IT industry. The programme is about methods and techniques for developing computer applications, asking the right questions to the customer, translating customer answers into design and managing projects, organizations and development teams. The programme will help students to develop good technical skills, the capability to analyze a problem, the ability to estimate time and cost for a larger development project and the capacity to communicate and interact with customers and other partners in a big software development project.
Student will be confronted with engineering and management problems from all areas of software engineering: ‘how do large organizations specify software?’, ‘how can they ensure sound architectures?’, ‘what language tools and platforms are available to realize software?’, ‘how is quality obtained and managed?’, ‘what are the challenges of decade long software lifetimes?’, ‘how to turn ideas into successful software startups?’, and ‘how to act in an industrial development context?’.
A key element of the curriculum is the focus on problem-based and project-based learning. Students work on broad and complex problem definitions and they learn to structure and solve bigger problems by dividing them into smaller tasks. All students are trained in taking responsibility for their learning and the teachers, supervisors and the educational environment are all resources in this process
The programme is international and open to students from around the world. The programme offers the students a technical and social environment in which they apply and develop both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. The programme has tight relationship to the IT industry and the students are introduced to realistic problems experienced in the IT industry. Within the courses and projects we collaborate with practitioners from industry and the students are introduced to guest lecturers, supervisors and workshops from industry. The close relationship to industry is an important profile of the programme. Our students are offered an academic environment in which theoretical knowledge is important – and at the same time an environment in which they grow as professional practitioners.
The curriculum is taught over six academic terms spanning three years. Each of the six programme terms has a specific theme that influences both the courses and the term project. The themes are:

1) Team Programming
2) Systems Development
3) Distributed Systems Development
4) Cyber Physical Systems and Systems of Systems
5) Global and Enterprise Software Development
6) Software Engineering Research and Practice


Each term students break out into groups to work on a project that develops or applies IT to a significant social or organizational problem. This approach allows students to work on large projects that provide them with the opportunity to create a realistic, team-oriented work environment in which they learn different roles such as, for example, project manager, software architect, quality manager and system developer."

http://utbildning.gu.se/education/courses-and-programmes/program_detail/
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International Relations Society Tallinn @IRSTallinn 2017


Talling im Hunsrück 
ist eine Ortsgemeinde im Landkreis Bernkastel-Wittlich in Rheinland-Pfalz. Sie gehört der Verbandsgemeinde Thalfang am Erbeskopf an. Talling liegt etwa 20 km östlich von Trier und 8 km von der Anschlussstelle Mehring der A1 entfernt. Der Ort liegt mitten im Hunsrück. Die höchste Erhebung in Rheinland-Pfalz, der Erbeskopf mit 816 m ü NN, ist nicht weit entfernt. Der Ort gehörte seit 1112 zur Mark Thalfangach der Französischen Revolution wurde 1794 das Linke Rheinufer und damit auch Talling von Frankreich in Besitz genommen. Talling war von 1798 bis 1814 dem Kanton Büdlich im Saardepartement zugeordnet. Talling war Hauptort einer Mairie, zu der auch die Gemeinden Berglicht, Gielert, Lückenburg, Neunkirchen und Schönberg gehörten. Aufgrund eines Gesetzes vom 26. März 1798 hoben die Franzosen die Feudalrechte in der Region auf. Nach Ende der französischen Herrschaft kam der Ort 1815 zum Königreich Preußen und wurde Verwaltungssitz der Bürgermeisterei Talling, zu der sechs Gemeinden gehörten. Seit 1946 ist der Ort Teil des damals neu gebildeten Landes Rheinland-Pfalz. Bis zur kommunalen rheinland-pfälzischen Verwaltungsreform von 1969 gehörte der  Hunsrückort zum Landkreis Bernkastel.  Man kann zum Teil noch Spuren der damaligen Römerstraße, die von Trier nach Mainz führte, in den umliegenden Wäldern finden. Der Sage nach befindet sich auch die Schinderhannes-Höhle bei den „Berrja Wacken“, einer kleinen Felsgruppe in den umliegenden Wäldern.


Bevölkerungsentwicklung
Die Entwicklung der Einwohnerzahl von Talling,
 die Werte von 1871 bis 1987 beruhen auf Volkszählungen:
JahrEinwohner
1815283
1835229
1871200
1905187
1939182
JahrEinwohner
1950186
1961183
1970168
1987201
2005217

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