Most of what I do these days is on Github, including things too minor to list here.
Several drafts and ideas are floating around in my notes space – stay tuned!
chew née ltx2any (2012–)
Yet another LaTeX build wrapper, with one or two nifty features.
This long-time project used to be driven by my own needs, which have – sadly! – mostly gone away after leaving academia. My intention is to clean it up, As is the way of all code, the more I learn the worse it all looks. give it a proper name, and release version 1.0. While occasional bursts of progress happen, I can not say when (or if, to be honest) that release will happen.
A big thorn in my side was the parsing of LaTeX logs; the implementation in ltx2any was abysmal. This project is a complete reimplementation, with something like an architecture, tests, and CI/CD.
SDKMAN! for fish (2018)
A port of SDKMAN! to the Fish shell. There is not a lot of code here since all of the heavy lifting is delegated to the Bash implementation. The devil lies in the details.
Tools for Demon Hunters RPG (2016–2017)
Tools to help GMs and players of the Demon Hunters RPG create useful supplements with little effort.
PHP library for creating citation and publication lists from BibTeX.
There are a couple of pre-historic projects the code of which never saw the light of the internet, and that is probably for the better. Traces of those are still on the net; happy hunting!
HealthDataSpace Access Codes (2018)
HDS Access Codes are an easy yet secure way for patients to get access to medical data: simply enter the 12-digit code you got from your physician.
- I worked on backend services (Grails, Kotlin) and a library (Java) to access them.
HealthDataSpace SDK (2017–2018)
Easy access to the features of HealthDataSpace from iOS and macOS apps, providing file storage with certified data privacy for ehealth apps.
- I co-designed and -implemented the iOS/macOS SDK (Swift) and supported development of a matching Android/JVM SDK (Java).
I gave a talk titled Secure Infrastructure for the Mobile Legion at eHealth Innovation Days 2017.
– slides – slides with notes –
From November 2017 to early 2018, I organized a roughly bi-weekly series of knowledge-transfer sessions (internal). I also (co-)held the following sessions:
- Kotlin – A hands-on introduction (Jan 12th, 2018)
- Git – Basics, demystified (Dec 1st, 2017)