Most of my time is spent in front of a computer doing stuff. Unfortunately,
what I work with isn’t open source, but most of my personal projects are.
I’m working on them whenever I have some extra time.
My solutions to the exercises from Structure and Interpretation of Computer
Programs, one of the most famous books in computer programming. Scheme is fun!
- rc — GitHub
These are my dotfiles. I still don’t have everything on this repository (zshrc
is missing), but maybe it can be useful for someone else.
Algorithms from scientific papers
- VFH — GitHub
The Vector Field Histogram is very useful for path planning and I wrote a post
about it some time ago.
Distractions & training
Pokémon works internally). I don’t update them very much, but sometimes I think
The 3 calculators would make cool webapps, tho.
- Indigo Plateau — GitHub
I’m pretty sure I will sent it to the WordPress plugins repository, but first
I need to finish it (at least provide the announced functionality without
WordPress’ coding standards are a bit ugly imo, but it’s PHP.
DamageCalc — GitHub
TypeCalc — GitHub
ivCalc — GitHub
Wobbie — GitHub
Did some work on these in times long past, but they’re essentially dead now.
- Trecog — GitHub
Mojambo — …
There are various projects and sub-projects inside Mojambo that I could
ressurect or at least show to the Internet, e.g. the calculators above.
There were some failed attempts at making a PHPbb forum &c, but I’ve deleted
most of it. The cool stuff is in Ruby.