Last edited: 26 May 2018
- You've reached the web space of Ulf Dittmer. This site looks a bit different than other places, as it's running on wiki software, and I can't be bothered to make it look visually nice. Hopefully you've come for the content. If you're looking for something in particular, use the search box.
- RecentMovies has notes about movies I've seen, going all the way back to 2004.
- BrewpubsBerlin keeps track of which brewpubs I've visited in Berlin and elsewhere in Germany. It includes my impressions, web links, addresses and a Google map showing them all. PubsBerlin lists most of the English and Irish pubs in the city, although I haven't visited most of them.
- Some stuff I've written, mostly tech articles and book reviews, can be found in MyWriting
- If you've been here before, check out RecentChanges to see what's new.
- A writeup (in German) of our recent HurtigrutenTrip along the Norwegian coast with lots of pictures
- Reviewed Rampage and The Death of Stalin (April 23)
- A blog about English and German language idioms and their translations as well as nickel allergy/intolerance by Ramona
My software projects
|If any of my software has been helpful to you or your company, and you feel like expressing your gratitude beyond saying Thank you (which is also appreciated), please note that I have an Amazon Wish List containing several inexpensive items, or you can contribute directly via PayPal.|
- My Android app Ping & Net for TCP/IP network diagnostics is available in the Google Play Store for free.
- I'm committer to JForum2, open source web-based forum software written in Java which was updated recently for use on mobile devices, and cewolf, a JSP tag library for embedding charts in Java web apps (although that one is dormant now).
- ProfileViewer helps make sense of Java profiling information and GNU gprof output. It's sort of outdated now, although still functional.
- PrologJava: Thinking about combining Prolog and Java? Here's a BSF engine for JLog (a Prolog-in-Java system) that I created some time ago
- CpuSimulator6502: j6502 is a 6502 CPU simulator written in Java. There's also an assembler that generates object code for it. For those too young to remember, the 6502 powered computers such as the Apple //, the Atari 400/800, and various Commodore models like the PET-2001 and the C-64.
- CodeSnippets contains various small pieces of code -mostly in Java- that may be of wider interest. Also a few fun or marginally useful applets that I resurrected from the dustbin.