Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Jan 2010: recls 1.9; commercial work; writing (QM, Monolith)

First off, Happy New Year to all. Let's hope that this one is better than 2009, in lots of ways.

I'm already busier than I expected (or wanted) to be so early in the year, but you can't complain when the sun is shining.

In terms of research, at long last I've written the new C++ mapping for the recls library, which means version 1.9 can finally be released. Apart from the release of - a 100% .NET implementation of the recls library - I haven't released any open-source stuff in over three months.

The drought's about to break, however. As well as recls 1.9 (and a final, defect-fix, version of 1.8), I will be releasing new versions of STLSoft 1.9 (1.9.88), STLSoft 1.10 (1.10.1 alpha 14), FastFormat (0.5), Pantheios (1.0.1 beta 194; hopefully the last beta), b64 (1.4), and probably some more (incl. VOLE)

In commercial work, I'm busy on three fronts simultaneously:
  • A multi-screen control system for a local (Sydney) client, written in C#/.NET
  • A review/remediation piece for an international financial client (C++, COM)
  • A review piece for an Australian client (C++)
In writing, I'm currently busy with:

So, wishing a prosperous new year - in spirit, as well as in wallet - to all, and don't hesitate to get in contact if you need my help in commercial guise.


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