Eager Loading Problem - Closed My Linked In Account

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Because I got more and more emails and notifications and had no time for several month to even initially create a profile skeleton, I closed my LinkedIn account. I just have no time to maintain it. It was, however, interesting how many updates I got for very few contacts I had. I got updates from people who knew people, who know other people and they are in touch. Somehow interesting, but I do not exactly know how to leverage (this probably precious :-)) information.

It reminds me on the JPA-Entities eager loading problem, where you load with the first entity and get the whole tree (database) back... 

You can still reach me via this blog, twitter or email. LinkedIn, however, is a really interesting Java application :-). Sorry for any inconvenience.

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Comments:

is it actually unsocial when I have never been registered in a social network? ;)

look at all my clones:
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/michael/bien

Posted by mbien on June 12, 2009 at 04:25 AM CEST #

I have the same problem with linkedin. How did you solve it? How could you stop the linkedin emails and so after deleting your account?

Posted by Tim on March 03, 2010 at 08:09 AM CET #

@Tim,

I just deleted the account - and the email stream stopped.

Posted by Adam Bien on March 03, 2010 at 03:50 PM CET #

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