This is a list of links to several things I have worked on.
Most of these are links to documentation and other stuff I've written or made.
Most of it isn't kept up-to-date and is outdated.
Building a catapult
I built a catapult and it was fun.
How to remove a security tag from clothing
Illustrated guide to removing a security tag from a piece of clothing.
Simple dropdown menu using only CSS
These are more or less my notes of an effort to implement a very simple
dropdown-like menu that only uses HMTL and CSS.
Crash recovery using debsums
A small document describing a way to recover from disk corruption
without a complete reinstall.
Some nautilus emblems
I've put some of the emblems I use in nautilus online. Just for fun.
Using WPC54G with Debian
This document describes the steps I used to get my Linksys WPC54G CardBus
802.11g wireless network adapter to work under Debian GNU/Linux.
This is really a one-time document that I do not really intend on keeping
Grades from my computer science study
A list of subjects with grades of my computer science study.
Documentation, source code, presentation slides and other stuff of my graduation
project. AAA concerns Authentication, Authorisation and Accounting where I
focused on accounting protocols and applications. Main documentation is in
Dutch but java source is documented in English and some English
documentation is available.
Practicumopdracht om bij het echte Framework een web-based interface te
klussen. Later aangevuld met een server-gedeelte.
Self modifying code [nl]
Een verslag over self modifying code. Self modifying code is een
programmeertechniek waarbij tijdens de executie de instructies van het
programma door het programma zelf gewijzigd worden.
A tool for COnstructive COst MOdel calculation. Or in plain English: a
simple tool for calculating the amount of effort needed for a specific