Coding Projects

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I have been programming since I first got my hands on a friend’s Amiga 500 in 1994, and my own Amiga 1200 the year after. I learned to program with AMOS, and later continued with Visual Basic on Windows. Since I worked for several years with web development, I also worked a lot with ASP and PHP, as well as JavaScript and with databases like MySQL, MSSQL and SQLite. When I started studying physics in 2007 I moved on to Python and MATLAB. During my master’s I learned to do write code for supercomputers in c++, and a little bit in Fortran. All in all, I have used a wide range of coding languages, and over all programming is one of the things I have enjoyed the most over the years.

I work on a number of coding projects whenever I have the time. Some of them are related to my work, and some are related to my interests. Most of my code is publicly available on my GitHub page.

Featured Project

novelWriter

This is an editor designed specifically for writing novels. It is focused on the task of writing individual scenes as single documents and then organising these into chapters. It is essentially just a stripped down text editor, but it provides a tree view to organise files in a way that makes sense for a novel-type project. The code is currently under development, and in beta. It is available on GitHub.