O.k. admitted, “App” is no longer buzz-word of the year and there is already at least one ‘App’ for everything. But nevertheless I proudly present my first Android App on Google Play Store Actually I didn’t write this app in desperate need for a todo List, I got myself organized before having a smartphone. But the development of this app it was the main justification why to buy an android gadget.
After the fun experience of participating in the EdX course Introduction into Computer Science I opted for another course, this time on Coursera. Data Visualization by Prof. John C. Hart This page only exists to share my Homework with other students for grading. The homework is peer-graded and because of the honor-code I cannot publish source code that generated the images. I used Python 2.7 with NumPy and Matplotlib to analyze and plot the data.
Since 2014 I have been pushing most of my projects to github. There is still a lot lying around on my harddisk and some private git instances. This page summarizes what I have written before. Mainly to preserve the content of my older blog sites.
Since 2014 I have been pushing most of my projects to github. There is still tons of code lying around on my harddisk, most of the stuff so badly named and documented I don’t even remember what it was good for and when I take a closer look I am embarrassed about the quality…. This page exists to preserve the content of my older blog sites, its all undergrad hacking:
Since Fall 2002 I have been studying electronic engineering at the University of Stuttgart I am now specializing in control- and automationtechnology with the focus on software engineering. Here you will find useful information like formula collections, or other documents I wrote during my studies. For “Hochfrequenztechnik” or radio frequency technology in english I wrote this summary of RF-formulas (pdf). The LaTeX source also has nice examples how to draw a smith chart RF-Formulas (TeX).