I had to do some exercises involving relational algebra for a lecture on databases. They were way too boring to do manually, so I wrote a program to do them. Huge timesaver. Not.
Toy example for a blog post.
a universal turing machine in C
I wrote this while playing with DLL injection and hooking the connect() syscall on Windows. A lot of code is stolen from various tools that can be found on the net. It works sometimes, but not reliably.
This is a tiny "framework" (I hate the word too, but that's what it is) for writing network servers in .NET that implement a text-based request/response protocol.
evaluate little Groovy snippets in XML files that map one data object to another
Remember Super Dogfight on the C64? This is sort of a Java Applet version of it. It's missing proper sprites, though. And sound. And stuff...
a universal turing machine in Java
Use VLC in Qt4 via libvlc