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GUI

Happy New Year folks! In 2002, I wrote a highly specialized, very small Q&D tool for my brother to support him in his oncological doctoral's practice. They are three physicians sharing a common room with some unique ultrasonic device. They needed something showing them at their desk wether the room is available or is currently occupied by somebody else. The name 'dokma' is a German pun....
on Jan 1, 2010

J2SE

Are you doing engineering using Java? Or even science? Than you sometimes might need to calculate how objects move under the impression of forces and torques. The following might be for you then... Maybe somebody of you, dear reader, has already tried out my flight simulator FlyingGuns which is part of the Distributed RealTime Simulation project on SourceForge....
on Sep 23, 2007