# Posts tagged with en

All posts tagged with en in chronological order with newest first.

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*Test driven development of concurrent programs in Kotlin at KKon 2022*

I will talk about “Korrekte nebenläufige Anwendungen mit Koroutinen und TDD” (“Correct concurrent applications with coroutines and TDD”) at the KKon 2022.

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*Slides of my talk about coroutines in Kotlin at KKon 2021 Warmup*

In my talk “Nebenläufigkeit mit Koroutinen strukturieren” at the KKon 2021 Warmup i explained how to structure and organize concurrent programs with coroutines in Kotlin.

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*Talk about coroutines in Kotlin at KKon 2021 Warmup*

I will talk about “Nebenläufigkeit mit Koroutinen strukturieren” (“structuring concurrency with coroutines”) at the KKon 2021 Warmup.

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*Migrating a ray tracer from Java and Groovy to Kotlin (part 1)*

After reading the wonderful book Kotlin in Action I started to migrate my ray tracer from Java and Groovy to Kotlin.

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*EuroClojure 2017 in Berlin*

In my first project for ThoughtWorks the backend is written in Clojure. Since the project was in Berlin, I visited the EuroClojure 2017 which takes place in Berlin this year, too.

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*Working for ThoughtWorks*

After long considerations i decided to quit being a freelancer and joined ThoughtWorks in Hamburg, Germany.

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*Updated library of geometric algorithms*

Today I released an updated version of the library of geometric algorithms.

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*Covariance and Contravariance in Scala*

I explain "covariance and contravariance" with some simple Scala examples.

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*Heat diffusion on multiple GPUs*

The implementation of the heat diffusion equation on multiple GPUs is explained in the talk (in german).

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*Trying out next-gen JavaScript now with ECMAScript 6*

With Babel you can test many features of the upcoming next version of JavaScript called ECMAScript 6 now.

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*Examples for parallelism: ray tracer on the GPU*

I tested the parallel ray tracer on all NVIDIA cards i bought. This page contains the results.

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*Examples for parallelism: ray tracer*

I wanted to learn some frameworks for parallel computing and i decided to implement a simple ray tracer as a "visual benchmark".

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*Compiling OpenCL programs on Mac OS X Snow Leopard*

I installed Snow Leopard on my laptop yesterday. I was very curious about OpenCL and installed the drivers and the GPU Computing SDK from NVIDIA.

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*Parallelization with Haskell - Easy as can be*

The functional programming language Haskell provides a very easy way of parallelization.

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*Little big planet and computer graphics*

I am fascinated by the possibilities of modern computer graphics. It all began while playing the game Little Big Planet. It does not look like a computer game. It looks like the results of handicraft work with scissors, glue, paper, drapery, etc.

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*New version of the library of geometric algorithms in Haskell*

Almost 10 years after the initial release, i released an updated version of the library of geometric algorithms in Haskell. It now builds with Cabal and requires the Glasgow Haskell Compiler.

Remark: This post was adapted to the new blog format in November 2016.

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*Dynamic Languages Shootout / OOP 2008*

The german magazine JavaSpektrum organized the "Dynamic Languages Shootout" contest for the OOP 2008 conference. The challenge was to create a computer game similiar to Scrabble in a dynamically typed programming language.

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*Accessing EMF models with JRuby*

JRuby provides access to Java packages, so it is possible to use packages created with the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF).

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*Using UML2 with Groovy*

The UML2 project provides an EMF based implementation of the UML 2.x metamodel in Java. With the EMFBuilder it is possible to create and process UML2 models.

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*Higher order Markov chains in Ruby - Ruby Quiz #74*

Here’s my second solution for the quiz No 74. It generates text with a first or higher order Markov chains. See also the first order version.

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*Markov chains in Ruby - Ruby Quiz #74*

Here’s my solution for the quiz No 74. It generates text with a first order Markov chain.