Tag: TheLib

VISlib 1.0

Once again I missed a Sunday to do a post. Oh well. These of you who actually read ma post should know, that, even I am posting on each Sunday, I only make an interesting post every three weeks, or

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Legacy-Code (2)

Last weak I wrote about legacy code. That topic prevails. There are two fundamental views of legacy code: Some people believe legacy code is trash and needs to be removed as fast as possible. Some other people believe legacy code

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Legacy-Code

Whenever you work on a software, which is not trivial or small, than you have to work with legacy code. I talk about old codes. Either one wants to re-use them or one does not. Regardless, however, you always have

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TheLib-Featurette: Strings

The maybe most important coding project of myself which has impact on my private programming as well as on my work is  TheLib. The basic idea is to collect all classes which we (two friends and myself) wrote and used

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One day late

Drat! I wanted to write a post each sunday. Oh well. I will try to minimize these slips and I will try to catch up as quickly as possible. The news: The TheLib project now uses a Subversion repository! After

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TheLib (Update)

The development of TheLib continues. One thing I learned during my work as developer of scientific software is that large software projects at universities are extreamly difficult to manage. Mainly because the people involved are “scientists” and no “developers”. The

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Not much time left …

The year 2012 is almost gone. Let’s use this opportunity to reflect on what’s happend. Ok, ok. No one likes annual reviews (me neither), but still… Early this year I defended my dissertation, and finished my Ph.D. With this, I

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TheLib

The TheLib Project was started 22. March. It is the follow-up project of the VISlib, an openly available library of Totally Helpful Extensions for C++ and C# with focus on scientific visualization. TheLib is created in a cooperation betweent the

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