Projects I’m currently working on:
WordGro (nov-2015 – now)
For work I started an internal project almost 2 years ago to upgrade our document-generation scripts used in Enterprise Architect to a full-fledge plugin. This allowed version-control, code-analysis, unit-testing and other quality enhancements and at the same time greatly reduced generation times. Currently it is being used by between 8 and 12 people. During my spare time I sometimes develop extra features or integrate new technologies or improve workflows.
Allium (jul-2017 – now)
My pet-peave project; WordGro has recently gained traction with some of our customers and they would like to use it aswell. Because of this I started thinking about measuring usage and generation times. There are several .NET/C# projects out there that offer Google Analytics integration, however all of them have their flaws. Thus I’ve started my own project… (still young)
LoraRepeater (summer of 2016 – now)
Last year we’ve bought an IoT router at work, however it doesn’t come with any statistics or tracking software. I’ve thus created a ‘repeater’ that generates statistics before forwarding messages to the Things Network. It is based in dot.net-core, and is running for months already. However development is paused until further action is required. This might be soonish…