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Desktop Programming
11 Jan 2004   Updated: 14 Jan 2004   Rating: 3.71/5    Votes: 7   Popularity: 3.14
Licence: Not specified    Views: 60,040     Bookmarked: 17   Downloaded: 1,118
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A small and efficient collection of classes and templates to create multi-stage multi-threaded data processing pipe lines
Mobile Apps
16 Mar 2009   Updated: 20 Mar 2010   Rating: 4.20/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 2.94
Licence: GPL3    Views: 60,392     Bookmarked: 32   Downloaded: 961
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A Windows Mobile C# reader for the popular Password Safe archive files.
Programming Languages
16 Oct 2007   Updated: 16 Oct 2007   Rating: 4.57/5    Votes: 8   Popularity: 4.12
Licence: GPL3    Views: 57,151     Bookmarked: 29   Downloaded: 914
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An independent library implementation to read Password Safe Password Manager V3 database files
Web Development
25 Oct 2007   Updated: 25 Oct 2007   Rating: 4.00/5    Votes: 1   Popularity: 0.00
Licence: CPOL    Views: 19,310     Bookmarked: 13   Downloaded: 0
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The Decorator pattern meets Reflection in a workaround to enable SSL for ASP.NET health monitoring e-mail event providers.

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Web Developer Axantum Software AB
Sweden Sweden
I've been working with all aspects of software development since 1979 - from compiler construction to management. Currently I'm an independent consultant mostly specializing in computer security. Please see my homepage for contact details.

I speak C like a native, and have a pretty good grasp of C++. The most recent five years C# has been the main development language. Traditionally Unix has been the dominating environment, but currently the scales have tipped over to Windows, due to market demands but I'm equally at home developing in both environments.

When I'm not coding I'm usually sitting on one of my 4 bikes, indoors or outdoors, on the road or in the woods.