DotNet and DotNet Core projects.
I’ve developed with C# since 2001; it’s my bread and butter. Most stuff is either enterprise or commercially sensitive, but I do have some open source projects.
Simple, efficient, and tested .Net Core database migrations supporting multiple database technologies (by simple provider plugins - currently MySQL/MariaDB only).
Extract structure from any text using a generic lexer.
A mobbing or meeting timer (also fine for Pomodoro) for the Windows desktop. There is also a direct download from the latest Release build within the repository.
Simple pattern ‘learning’ with Markov chains. After repeated ‘repeatable’ events, it is able to generate more of those repeatable events that follow a similar frequency pattern. Useful for things like generating English-looking random text or making the best chess move after training across chess game histories.
Fetches all current-assembly implementations of a given interface dynamically without needing full-blown IOC containers.
A polling-based alternative to the .Net framework’s file watchers - this isn’t subject to the double-hit issues caused by programs like Notepad hitting a file twice (once for the content, then again for the file attributes).