The Hill Projects
The hill projects are my experiment area. I code name each project after a color plus a item in a landscape (e.g. a hill, a stone, a tree, a field or a path). The color is just arbitrary. Examples are my GreenHill project or the BrownStone prototype.
The content below is currently considered as beta quality but is nevertheless published. See SourceForge homepage.
- GreenHill: An XML based configuration service used to access an huge amount of configuration values from an XML file.
Pre-Alpha projects are uncoordinated, unspecified, unclear and definately not ready for usage projects.
- LilaHill: A tuple based storage system (see Linda's tuple space) including a map reduce algorithm.
- AzureHill: An architecture monitoring tool.
- BrownPath: A base class library for the Model-View-ViewModel pattern in usage with Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation.
- BlackHill: A workflow library.
- WhiteHill: A service bus implementation.
- OrangeField: An application to watch all new photos on the hard disk to declare associations to persons found on it (see Picasa 3 for similar function based on face recognition ... project halted).
- BrownStone: A workflow user interaction prototype (and WPF playground).