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My third projector will be installed this evening :-)
from 2005 - 2008 Panasonic PT-AE900
from 2008 - 2015 Sanyo Z2000
It is a big upgrade from my Sanyo Z2000. I currently have a Dalite TENSIONED COSMOPOLITAN ELECTROL 16:9 HDTV 133''. This screen has always looked to sparkly on the whites during viewing. It is even worse with this new projector.
Why this model and not the Panasonic PT-AE8000 (first out in 2011 now for 1770 CHF)
Better than the Panasonic PT-AE8000 for me because
Latest technology: model first available in end of 2013,
2 HDMI on the back only but wireless transmitting (+5 HDMI) = 7 HDMI in total,
2 x 3D glasses are included,
Panasonic has a 2000 hour limit which ends warranty coverage. No hour limit on Epson.
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Because it has an ARMv7 processor, it can run the full range of ARM GNU/Linux distributions, including Snappy Ubuntu Core, as well as Microsoft Windows 10! The Raspberry Pi 2 has an identical form factor to the previous (Pi 1) Model B+ and has complete compatibility with Raspberry Pi 1.
You may recognize yourself with the following use-cases:
We have several big modules/repositories with many branches. Per repository we have one parent pom and 50+ children poms. This is for a large JEE project (400 K lines of code) that it is delivered to several different clients.
We create feature branches, bug fixes, integration branches, release branches etc. We have many versions of the same application deployed to different production environments.
Every time a new branch is created, the version tag in the parent pom and all children poms need to be updated
When these branches need to be merged all these poms cause conflicts and they need to be manually resolved, because some times there are other changes in the poms besides just the version change. It is a major problem for us.
We change the version on every branch because we have a continuous integration server that builds every branch and runs regression tests against every branch, therefore the versions must be different per branch.
Being able to keep the new version isolated to one file (the parent pom) really makes sense here. (Child pom inherits version from parent property)
We need to use SNAPSHOTS as we cannot have every developer build the whole system. Developers need to use artifacts built by TeamCity for their feature branch and they cannot be changing to the last build version they depend on every time a new development build is created.
The maven release plugin create a lot of issues that have been around for many many years.