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Marseille to Marbella, Part VII: Aix, Le Marché

Colour, colour, colour! Shiny red apples, ruby like strawberries, resplendent silver fish and emerald green herbs. Courgettes in forest green, sage green, yellow green and white, blackboards written with curly french writing. 303 more words


My Travel Sketchbook: A Fountain in Aix

I dragged my trusty travel sketchbook all the way down to the South of France, and in my bag from Marseille to Cassis to L’Estaque… 287 more words


Marseille to Marbella, Part VI: Aix, Le Birthday Boy

I adore Aix-en-Provence. Apart from the inimitable Paris, it is undoubtedly my favourite city in France. Elegant, leafy, filled with bustling squares and trickling fountains, it is a city which is inescapably gentrified, and which exudes a real sense of cultural enrichment and a proud artistic heritage which resonates at every corner. 460 more words


Nearing the end of the journey

We are back in France, well the far southern part at least, the last country on our 2nd RTW motorcycle trip. It is almost over, in less than a week we will be waiting to board a ferry to England. 683 more words


Issue with Log4j2 on AIX IBM JRE on WL12c

Detailed about the Log4j2 not working with WL12c issue.

There were multiple issues. Basically I can classify them in 2 categories


New Requirement! - Linux / UNIX Specialist – AIX, Rehat, RHEL – SC cleared - Hampshire, Contract

Skills: Linux / UNIX Specialist – AIX, Rehat, RHEL – SC cleared. You must have valid Security Cleared to SC level, please do not send in your CV if you are not. 124 more words


How They Brought the Good News... and death to a horse.

I reached one of The Children’s Encyclopedia’s Poetry sections and it began with what was an “extremely spirited poem” by Robert Browning and originally published in 1845. 1,035 more words