I'm a Berliner - fast, loud, obnoxious, industrious, brutally open.
I can't control my frustration.
I would have liked to grow up in Liverpool and become a rocker. I would have put my boots on, jeans and a leather jacket, and long hair and played the guitar.
At Stanford, we teach 'design thinking' - that is, we put together small, interdisciplinary groups to figure out what the true needs are and then to apply the art of engineering to serve them.
Business reporting is not dealing with objects, it is dealing with relationships between objects.
I believe that whoever is successful should help ensure that the next generation can be successful, too.
I'm not just a scientist.
Kids only learn that the stove is hot when they put their finger on and they burn it. This, unfortunately, is the limitation of our precious brain.
Successful companies obviously have people with ideas and energy.
There is this permanent hope in America that there is some new technology around the corner that will change the world.
We have to be able to adapt to new situation. It's another form of the definition of intelligent behavior.
I create, for whatever reason, a busy schedule, but I watch hockey, all the games, either on the PC or TV. The world is now HD, and this is very good.
The software industry has to become better in componentization. That's a clear focus for most of the software companies. How components look, how they are maintained, the ability to maintain them separately.
This is where the world is going: direct access from anywhere to any type of data, whether it's a small piece of data or a small answer but a long algorithm to create that answer. The user doesn't care about this.
Thirty percent of Americans have German blood in their family. I don't see any major difference in the engineering abilities of Americans and Germans.
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