Programs, works, aberrations...
For some weird reason I believe in reusing, or recycling. And
this can be applied to software and other things as well. Here I will
keep the things I do so everybody has access to them. God knows if what
I wrote was worth it...
Texts and works (usually weird and paranoic)
How to search the net:
A short text I wrote in my first days, thinking that it would
- Aliens attacks:
A curious history in a far away future, written in... german.
This is a text I wrote for the graduation newspaper of my
school. A curious vision about multiples personalitites inside yourself.
Unluckily for the english reader, it's only available in spanish: it's
pretty impossible for me to express it in english. You can find it here
too: Abitur 1998.
- Anti html mail:
My personal crusade against the bad inhabitants of earth.
Another of my strange paranoias, which possibly means something
useful only to me.
A microcomputer project created just to pass the exam of
- Mental Blurt:
Reviewing my notebook I discovered that I had written
this semi-unconsciously during a boring university class. Very much in
the same style of the Brainstorming text, this is something even I don't
know what it means. Despite it's title, it's practically in spanish.
A tutorial about image color reduction from truecolor
to 8 bit palette modes, including a method for automatic processing of
images in massive cuantities. This will be only useful to you if you are
programming a game or multimedia aplication, or you are very weird.
- Setedit external macro:
A little document which explains how to use external
filter programs within Setedit.
- How to run Setedit remotely without root installation:
A little document which explains how to install Setedit
under Unix without root installation, and we want to export it
through NFS and have it working everywhere, even where
there is no Turbo Vision.
- Interview with the first mental cyborg:
I wrote this story for the science fiction competition of the Semana
ESIDE in the university of Deusto in the year 2003. I won the first
prize, but that's not very significative, since there were only
two more participants.
- dar-differential-backup-mini-howto: This text explains how to create automatic
backups of our machine with DAR.
- Wonderful people:
One never knows what can happen in life. You can break a leg. A bus
can drive over you. You can drown with the Titanic. But you never
expect to find love. What I will show next is the beginning of the
conversation I had with Alicia Blarm.
Programs mine mine mine mine (or partially)
Under this name I wrote some games, but they don't work any more and I didn't update the page, so now it is not available.
- Proyecto Arkanoid:
A small game project I wrote with my friend Carlos and
which played as an excuse to get an excellent mark for university.
Something too ugly to be true.
Small script to internationalize the date of disk files.
Wrapper around a few programs allowing conversion of audio cd
into .ogg files.
Another little game I wrote with my friend Carlos for the
university. This time in Java... horrible.
Another little game I wrote with my friend Darwater for the
university. This time it's 3D, written in C++ with OpenGL.
Little client/server program I wrote with my friend Darwater for
the university. All written in Java with SQL database queries. Disgusting.
Script which converts Pegasus Mail folder files to Unix mailbox
- Empy web example:
How to do a bilingual web generated from scripts.
A small Python module which allows sequential
message reading from a Unix mailbox. This doesn't interest you if
you aren't a programmer.
This program corrects the messages of a mailbox
archive, making their dates coherent. No more messages from 1970
in your archive.
Program which reminds daily tasks to do.
Works I've done for money, well, work that has
counted for national insurance and society as active worker. Most
recent at the bottom.
Free software for intranets, data bases, and those
thingies. Mainly TCL and SQL.
- Climax Brighton:
Console videogame programmer. Mainly C++ in a
light Windows environment (hehe, Cygwin).
- Panda Software:
C/C++/Bash/Perl/Python Linux programmer.
- Rastertech España:
GIS software for the maintenance of roads.
This section is dedicated to the things in which I have not
been involved with, but which are useful... to me. If they are useful to
you too, you're lucky.