Things I programmed


MICASA Wohnungsplaner 1.0

MICASA Wohnungsplaner 2.0

MICASA Wohnungsplaner 3.0

Planificateur d'Habitat MICASA

ISDN Monitor 1.0

Hairy Harry Screensaver

Gear Ratio Calculator






MICASA Wohnungsplaner 1.0

My first program I got money for was MICASA Wohnungsplaner 1.0. With this one you can furnish your appartment from a top view. This program was the first one I wrote with over 14'000 lines of C++ Code. Here's a screenshot:


If you like to take a look at it, click here, to download it. But beware, this version is a very early beta.Limmatdruck AG, who is responsible for the marketing didn't put up a newer version for download.




MICASA Wohnungsplaner 2.0

The next one was for the same company and it was Wohnungsplaner 3D 2.0, which was basically the same program but with an added 3D Viewer. So you can walk through your furnished appartment a bit like you can do as in DOOM. Here's a screenshot of the 3D Viewer:



The first two projects have been done in 1996 and 1997. Both got published in November.




MICASA Wohnungsplaner 3.0

In 1998 I was preparing my final exams. Although Limmatdruck wanted a new version, the only thing I could offer them was a slightly polished 2.0 version, that resulted in 1998's Wohnungsplaner 3D 3.0.




Planificateur d'Habitat MICASA

As they (Limmatdruck) really like my program, they made me make a french version of Wohnungsplaner too, which should hit the MICASA stores in december 1998.




ISDN Monitor

Last year, when I got my ISDN card I wrote a small program, ISDN Monitor, which shows you the phone number of incoming calls. The thing that makes it distinct from similiar programs is, that you can set up a list of phonenumbers with names, so that the name to the corresponding phone number is shown.




Hairy Harry Screensaver

There is yet another program I did for the same company - a screensaver! Not that I am very proud of that latest, but it was fun working on that one, since I was able to forget about my diploma thesis completely for two days. You can get it here, if you like to take a look at it. Here's a screenshot:







Gear Ratio Calculator


This is one of my first programs on Visual Basic. It has been programmed a thousand times and here's yet another implementation to calculate the gear ratio of a Go-Kart. As with all Visual Basic programs one needs the runtime libraries. Here's the program itself: CalcGear.






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