Thursday, May 31, 2012

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Please let me know if you believe your experience and knowledge match the following:

        Our products are based on the IS platform and mainly implemented using Erlang/OTP.
       Basic skills
        OTP/Erlang/IS competence
        Knowledge regarding the environment (Clearcase, Ericsson tools)
        Basic IMS
        SIP, H.248
        Written and spoken English
       Application specific skills:
        SBG specific knowledge (architecture, blocks)

       Included: 1 team (8 persons) for feature development
        Perform pre-studies, in selected cases support also the quick-study phase
        Design of the code for the assigned design objects.
        Design Documentation for the assigned design objects
        Coding (primarily Erlang)
        Unit Tests for the code.
        Function Test in a real SBG HW environment (where surrounding IMS nodes are simulated.), for feature development.
        Support to Ericsson concerning the developed parts (answering questions, etc.)
        Participation in task forces together with Ericsson if there are issues that require extra attention to handle.
        Later possibly also participation in early project phases (requirement analysis/definition, system level design, etc.).
        Working and tested software checked into the version handling system data store at Ericsson.
        Product/project documentation stored in the document archive at Ericsson.

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Mac OS X Shortcuts

Symbols seen on Mac menus and non-US Apple keyboards, with their common names

Shortcuts Common to Most Applications

hold option key with menu openshow additional menu options
spacebarsimulate a mouse click on focused object (i.e., the button or control that has a blue halo around it)
command-shift-?Search application help. As of 10.5, this also FAYT searches available menu items. It also activates the menu bar as keyboard navigable if the search string is empty.
command-shift-+increase font size
command--decrease font size
command-shift-:show spelling window
command-;check spelling
command-Aselect all
command-shift-Cshow colors
command-Euse selection for find
command-Gfind next
command-shift-Gfind previous
command-Hhide application windows
command-option-Hhide windows of other applications
command-Jscroll to selection
command-Mminimize (equivalent to double-clicking the title bar)
command-option-Mminimize all application windows (equivalent to option-double-clicking the title bar or option-clicking the minimize button)
command-shift-Ssave as
command-option-Ssave all
command-Tshow fonts
command-Wclose window
command-option-Wclose all application windows (equivalent to option-clicking the close button)
command-shift-Wclose a file and its associated windows

Shortcuts on laptops

On most Mac laptops, some of the function keys (F1 - F12) are used to control hardware features:
F1decrease brightness
F2increase brightness
F3mute on G4s, decrease volume on G3s
F4decrease volume on G4s, increase volume on G3s
F5increase volume on G4s, numlock on G3s
F6Num lock on G4s, mute on G3s
F7Display mode (mirror or extend external display)
F8disable backlit keyboards (Aluminum PowerBooks)
F9decrease keyboard brightness for backlit keyboards
F10increase keyboard brightness for backlit keyboards
F12eject (some Macs, namely all MacBooks, MacBook Pros, and newer PowerBooks, place a dedicated eject key next to the F12 key)
Newer Mac laptops (MacBook Pros made after February 2008, MacBooks after November(?) 2007, MacBook Airs), and the Aluminum keyboard, have a different layout for fn keys. Some keys have been added, while the numlock key has been removed and the display mode key has been integrated into the brightness key (see combinations in parenthesis)
F1decrease brightness (command+F1 changes display mode, option+F1 brings up display prefs)
F2increase brightness (option+F2 brings up display prefs)
F3exposé (F3 shows all windows, control+F3 shows app windows, option+F3 brings up exposé prefs, command+F3 shows desktop)
F4dashboard (option+F4 brings up exposé prefs)
F5decrease keyboard brightness for backlit keyboards (option+F5 brings up keyboard prefs)
F6increase keyboard brightness for backlit keyboards (option+F6 brings up keyboard prefs)
F7media navigation backwards (like hitting back on Apple Remote)
F8media play/pause (like hitting play/pause on Apple Remote)
F9media navigation forwards (like hitting next on Apple Remote)
F10mute volume (option+F10 brings up sound prefs)
F11decrease volume (option+shift+F11 for incremental decrease, option+F11 brings up sound prefs)
F12increase volume (option+shift+F12 for incremental increase, option+F12 brings up sound prefs)

Shortcuts With Global Scope

More shortcuts with global scope can be found on the Universal Access page.
command-option-escforce quit
hold command-shift-option-escape for 4 secForce quit front-most application (without confirmation)
control-ejectshow shutdown dialog
command-option-ejectsleep now
command-shift-Qlog out
command-shift-option-Qlog out without confirmation
control-shift-ejectsleep displays
command-option-control-ejectshut down
command-tabcycle between open applications
command-`*after* having pressed command-tab, it will cycle between open applications in reverse
command-shift-tabcycle between open applications in reverse direction
command-`cycle between open windows in the selected application
command-shift-`cycle between open windows in the selected application in reverse direction
control-F4cycle between open windows in all applications
control-shift-F4cycle between open windows in all applications in reverse direction
F8Spaces (Leopard only)
F9Exposé for all windows (Panther and newer)
F10Exposé for all windows in selected application
F11Exposé to reveal desktop
F12Dashboard (Tiger and newer)
control-#Jump to a space (10.5+)
control-arrowCycle through spaces (10.5+)
command-spaceactivate Spotlight (Tiger) or switch between keyboard layouts (pre-Tiger systems)
command-option-spaceopen a Spotlight search in a finder "Find" window
shift-volumeChange volume without sound effect
option-shift-volumeFine-grained volume control (10.5+ ?)
option-volumeSound Preference Pane
option-brightnessDisplay Preference Pane
command-decrease-brightnessChange display mode (only on revised fn keyboard layout on Alu. keyboards, newer MBP/MBs?)
opt-"Empty Trash"Empty trash, including locked items, without any alerts
command-escapeopen front row (Press any F key (except F2) or Escape to exit)
hold shift while performing actionslow down any animation (exposé, time machine, minimize, etc)
option-drag scrollbarsmooth scrolling
option-ejectEject secondary optical media drive (if one exists)
option-click dock icon or windowSwitch to application and hide previous application
command-option-click dock icon or windowSwitch to application and hide all others
command-drag menuletre-order icon
command-drag menulet off the menu barremove icon from menu bar

Command-Tab Box

Press command-tab and hold the command key to keep the box open. Release the command key to switch to the selected application.
escapeexit command-tab box (equivalent to pressing the period key (.))
Hhide application
Qquit application
left/right arrow keys or home/end or `(grave accent)/tabselect an application (you can also aim with the mouse)
up/down arrow keysview windows of selected application (use arrow keys to navigate, then press enter to select window)

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