Quote of the day:
Complexity kills. It sucks the life out of developers, it makes products difficult to plan, build and test, it introduces security challenges and it causes end-user and administrator frustration.
Note: This site is still under construction.
Version 0.94 of ImmDoc .NET has been released. Couple of minor bugs have been fixed
and the possibility to include internal and private members has been added.
Version 0.93 of ImmDoc .NET has been released. I've added support for CHM output.
I'm currently in a process of redesigning my old homepage. Much is to be done
because I've decided to translate each piece of material I had published into
english as I want to target wider audience :]
Links on the right should work although many pages are still in polish. You may
be interested in ImmDoc .NET
as this is the project I've been working on recently and its homepage is already
translated into english.
I'm going to successively translate other stuff and put it here so stay tuned.
To give you an overview of what you'll find here soon check out the list below.
List of the things to come:
innovative clone of arkanoid for mobile phones (implemented in Java Micro Edition;
logic game implemented for Pocket PC in .NET Compact Framework
ASP .NET application for generating WWW statistics,
.NET application for cracking passwords (brute-force or dictionary-based),
simple .NET application which aims to ease the life of busy people ;),
web service which tries to augment polish text with missing cedilla;
obviously this project won't be of much interest to people other than polish,
implementation of this classic game for the *nix platform using ncurses,
another classic game for the *nix platfom (ncurses),
and yet another, but not so classic, game for the *nix platform (ncurses),
online, turn-based, tactical game implemented using managed DirectX (DirectDraw);
actually one wouldn't call this a game yet because it's clearly in early pre-alpha
phase, but I'm going to put it here anyway,
simple database engine and sql-like language interpreter to access it; implemented in C; academic project,
emulator of imaginary processor called Sextium along with an assembler and disassembler;
also the compiler of D language (lexer, parser and code generator); implemented in C++; academic project,
polynomial interpolation, splines, etc.,
predicting the next number in a sequence (various space search methods implemented
in Common LISP); chart parser implemented in C# (and an example of cooperation of
.NET with Prolog); program for automatic inflection of polish nouns and verbs (implemented
yeah, as if I'm going to ever translate it ;),
the most interesting one should be ImageInpainter - a program to automatically
fill in the holes in images with surrounding background,
along with examples in Java and C#,