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Commercial developer since 2006

Primary occupation: Java+Javascript Developer.

Programming Languages: Java, Javascript, PHP

Java technologies: Hibernate, Spring, Tomcat, JBoss, WebSphere, ServiceMix, OSGi, JSF, JSF-2, Primefaces ZK, GWT

Databases: Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL

WWW: HTML, CSS, Apache, jQuery, Dojo

Hobbies:
history, science-fiction and fantasy, languages, backpacking, orienteering

Languages:
Polish, German, English, Ukrainian, Russian

Area51 proposals:
Stack Overflow in German
Living in Germany

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Sites:
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Jun
20
comment Can any waterborne pathogens survive boiling?
However, the staphylococcus toxin is heat-resistant: caes.uga.edu/departments/fst/extension/documents/…, rapidmicrobiology.com/test-methods/Bacterial-Toxins-Food.php
Jun
20
comment Can I eat rotten meat and carcass providing enough cooking?
This Staphylococcus toxin could as well be present in dangerous amounts in the water where the carcass was found?
Jun
20
accepted Can I eat rotten meat and carcass providing enough cooking?
Jun
20
asked Can I eat rotten meat and carcass providing enough cooking?
Jun
19
comment Can any waterborne pathogens survive boiling?
From linked article: "The botulinum toxin is destroyed by boiling the food for 10 minutes." I've written it here, as the very important information
Jun
19
awarded  Commentator
Jun
19
comment Can any waterborne pathogens survive boiling?
And what about eggs of roundworms (Ascaris lumbricoides) and other parasites? I've heard some of them are very hard to kill even by high temperature...
Jun
19
awarded  Critic
Jun
18
asked Will boiling be enough to decontaminate standing water from pathogens and toxins?
Jun
18
comment If I cross paths with a bear, what should I do?
+1 for the great link
Jun
17
comment Does a red headscarf or hat provide better protection from the sun?
I've mentioned that my question was edited in the way it changed its meaning. I've meant heat stroke, which I've names sunstroke (the name I've heard, but now I've translated the term using Wikipedia)
Jun
17
revised Does a red headscarf or hat provide better protection from the sun?
added 4 characters in body
Jun
17
comment How much garlic in the mountain kitchen?
I've asked because I've had nose bleeding myself, and my friend suggested it can be caused by eating too much garlic...
Jun
17
asked How much garlic in the mountain kitchen?
Jun
16
asked Is there any repellent against wasps, bees and hornets?
Jun
16
comment Does a red headscarf or hat provide better protection from the sun?
And what with protection agains heat? Doesn't it have any effect?
Jun
15
awarded  Scholar
Jun
15
accepted An alternative to geocaching, but with classic maps instead of GPS?
Jun
15
asked Does a red headscarf or hat provide better protection from the sun?
Jun
14
awarded  Editor