Tobias Scholze

Tobias Scholze

We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done. - Alan Turing

#communityrocks

One for all, all for one

One of my daily activities is to participate actively in diffrent, mostly tech-based, communities.

The spirit and the advantageous momentum of a vivid community is just phenomenal. It empowers everyone to give there best - what ever it is.


If you are a German speaker, you may wanna also join one of the communities that I'm currently in.

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Podcast

La-La-Laber doch

This is my German podcast experiment La-La-Laber doch!. It features my own bug, the stuttering, as a feature and as main topic of the diffrent episodes.

If you are a German speaker, you may wanna also join one of the communities that I'm currently in. But if you are an English speaker,the podcast is rather inexpedient for you, sorry!

I use this podcast to force me to go out and do things that I avoided in past. Speaking in public without even known who is listing is quite the self-conquesting action I can imagine.

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#rTsd - Road to Surface Duo

Xamarin.Forms community project

This is a work in progress Xamarin.Forms Android project which is intended to feature most of the new features that makes the upcoming Microsoft Surface Duo phone unique.

It will use the awesome German Dr. Windows news portal as data source for its articles.



The share my experiences in learning Xamarin.Forms and to encourage more people to start with learning a programming language, I write a article series about my road to surface duo also on drwindows.de.

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How it looks

  • Keep in mind

    This is a self-learning app which makes it progress via learning-by-doing. This means, that some code could be non-perfect. I guess everything has room for improvement. It would be great if some experienced developer could have a look.

HomeBear

My app family for Windows 10 IoT Core

Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Core an operating system that runs on a Raspberry Pi.

It supports also UWP-apps which enables to utilizes a great development ecosystem using C#, XAML and Visual Studio.



Many of the apps are built on top of Pimoroni products like the RainbowHAT.

Apps

ToboT - Google Assistant-controlled car built with Android Things and Firebase

ToboT

ToboT is an Android Things application to move a vehicle based on the Pimoroni STS Pi Kit. It also contains different other remote control methods like a website that is hosted on the vehicle or simple Google Assistant voice commands to let it move it ahead, left, right, backwards or it lets the vehicle stop. Tobot was never be intend to be more than a great and enjoyable sparetime project. That means, no code is production-ready.

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How it looks

Keep in mind

To run this app by yourself, you will need a valid settings file for Firebase and an own Google Assistant Action. The database will be created by it self.

Happy Reads - AI based news reader

Happy Reads

This is a simple use case and play-around app to use the Microsoft Cognitive Services Text Analytics API. It parses the English version of the Deutsche Welle news and calculates the individual happiness of each article.

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How it looks

Keep in mind

To run this app by yourself, you will need a valid key for the Text API.

Apfeltalk Live tvOS App

Apple TV app

apfeltalk,de is (one of) the biggest German speaking Communities related to Apple products, services and users.

This app is a video on demand service for apfeltalk's long-running, weekly live show called apfeltalk live.

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How it looks

  • Screenshot

dbudwm

Native apps

dbudwm is an abbreviation for "Der Bayer und der Würschtlmann". A little spare time blog from a good old fellow and me.

I need always a concrete motiviation to learn something new and to stay focused. I tried to teach myself Swift and other iOS related stuff by writting a small app for this blog.

Both apps are written natively without the use of Xamarin or other wrappers.

Information: dbudwm was the predecessor of this blog.

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How it looks

  • Splash screen
  • List view
  • Settings view

Nomster

Swift and Web-Components playground

The reason why this project exists: We needed an usecase to experiment with something new. Nomster is an approach to simplify the "what shall we eat at lunch time?" process. It provides a CRUD-mechanism for lunch ideas. The project has a lossly tied module system.

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How it looks

  • Mobile UI List view Mobile UI Detail view Watch UI

Contributor

Feel free to join!

Nomster is a playground to learn something new. Feel free to join, fork or even criticize the sourcecode!

Quotes

Python and Django playground

Just another place to submit and vote for unique, funny or weird sentences of your team mates.

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How it looks

  • Quotes' UI

Contributor

Feel free to join!

Quotes is a playground to learn something new. Feel free to join, fork or even criticize the sourcecode!

CEP-based Logistics

Logistics 2.0 - Visualization of an event-processed RFID-Scanner

Using RFID tags and light barriers to capture arrival and exit of goods. In this project with the combined force of students of the informatics and economic faculties a solution for using RFID technology to asses logisics was created.

We used Java, ESPER, Hibernate and other awesome tools to build this sixth semester project.

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How it looks

  • Use case
  • Layer's structure
  • Mobile UI

Publication

Contributors

Feel free to remember

Code never dies. Be proud of your old code and do not forget mistakes. You get better with every single line of code you write!

HASI

Home Analytical System Interface

While the need for more efficient use of energy is commonly accepted, for the individual it is often difficult to act accordingly. [...]. However, the provision of information about energy consumption alone does not necessarily imply acting. Rather, assisting people in actually changing their behaviours is a much harder challenge. HASI was born in 2011 and died in 2015 (other project).

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How it looks

  • HASI 's UI'
  • Contributors

    Feel free to remember

    Code never dies. Be proud of your old code and do not forget mistakes. You get better with every single line of code you write!

Almost forgotten projects

Why forgotten?

Everything moves one. I deleted a lot of my old repositories *what a shame* but a few survived.

Experiments