Craig from Craigslist is conducting a little experiment among readers of his new website Craigconnects: [url=https://craigconnects.org/2011/12/how-will-you-change-the-world-in-2012.html]How Will You Change the World in 2012?[/url] I am submitting my trip across Europe.
I wrote a small Python script to visualize Tor relays on Google Maps and Google Earth. You can see the result here: Open in Google Maps (bad performance, less options) Download tormap.kml and open...
After years of thinking about it, I finally created the world’s first ISP to offer Tor and I2P privacy hosting solutions: [url=http://www.torservers.net/]torservers.net[/url]
The German magazine [url=http://www.heise.de/ct/]c’t[/url] nominated my shareware program HeadStrong WebClicker to be included on the 25th anniversary software DVD, accompanying the magazine.
My old freeware program [url=http://moblog.wiredwings.com/archives/20011226/ID3KILL-ID3-Tag-Removal.html]ID3Kill[/url] (written in 2001) has been selected as one of the 200 “Best Downloads” by [url=http://www.pcuser.com.tw/]PCuSER Press Taiwan[/url]. They publish a magazine that has short reviews of 200 freeware programs,...
In January 2007, we implemented a Java based graph editor that visualizes matrices and optionally highlights unreachable nodes.
This was my first real Open Source project, published on SourceForge. I am still planning to rewrite it in C# some day with a lot of additional features, but first I have to figure...
I’ve set up a website for [url=http://www.satshop-karlsfeld.de/]Satshop Karlsfeld GmbH[/url], a wholesale satellite and telecommunications shop, using the GPL [url=http://www.joomla.org/]Joomla[/url] content management system.
Since October 2006, I’ve been working as tutor/teaching assistant for “Software Technology” ([url=http://www.st.inf.tu-dresden.de/content/index.php?node=teaching]Softwaretechnologie[/url]), a mandatory course of Computer Science, at the Department of Software and Multimedia Technology, TU Dresden.
Since 2006, I maintain the [url=http://praktomat.inf.tu-dresden.de/]Praktomat[/url], an eLearning platform used at the Department of Software Technology at TU Dresden to teach Java to Computer Science students.