Over the years, I have worked on a large number of software projects. One of my all-time interest are programming languages, so over the years I have worked with Logo, Basic, Turbo Pascal, Delphi, C, C++, D, Fortran90, Java, Sather, Perl, Python, Matlab, Mathematica, Maple, yacas and studied many others I have used too many libraries and application to even start listing them and contributed bits and pieces to many of them.

Some of the programs and libraries that I currently use for my daily work are:

Python for scientific plotting

The matplotlib project offers a plotting library for Python that is easy enough to use for plotting scientific data even without significant background knowledge of the Python language.

D language contributions

The D language is definitely is one of the most promising programming language projects out there. Since I am very interested in numerics, where powerful arrays are one of the most important features of a language, I contributed a proposal for multidimensional arrays in this language: