Programmer looking for project

2014-05-04
2014-06-14
  • Justin Lewis

    Justin Lewis - 2014-05-04

    Hi,

    I'm looking for a project to work on in my spare time. I am working on my masters in Comp Sci, and have experience in multiple languages including Java (Java 8, Lots of Swing, and a little Hadoop and Android), C and C++ (with MPI and OpenMP libraries), CUDA (GPU Computing), and MASM. I've also worked with Lisp, Go, a little x86 assembler, and Ruby. I also have experience with Borland C, working with Linux (CentOS, Raspbian, and a little Ubuntu), and Arduino.

    In my meantime I do programming challenges, but I really get a kick out of high performance and scientific computation.

    Thanks!

     
  • Dimitry Polivaev

    Hi,

    non profit project Freeplane looks for people who want to work on a knowledge management application helping many students, researchers, writers, projects managers etc. The software can be used for mind mapping and analyzing the information contained in mind maps.

    It was started 2007 as a fork of Freemind in order to give the old project a new quality. Although it uses pretty old technologies like Java, Swing, OSGi and recently Groovy, and its old code is not clean in the strong sense, it is coded in a way open for extension and change.

    Currently it has pretty big and active developer team and active user community. Every developer has complete freedom to decide what to implement and how fast to go. And all other people in the team and the community support him on his way discussing his questions and helping whenever he needs help. Next week we are one of the featured projects on the Source Forge main site.

    Look at http://freeplane.org/, https://sourceforge.net/apps/phpbb/freeplane/viewforum.php?f=1, https://sourceforge.net/projects/freeplane/reviews and if you share our passion write a post to developer mailing list at http://freeplane-developer.996965.n3.nabble.com/ to get in touch.

    Best regards,
    Dimitry

     

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