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TBS is involved in several projects - be it personal or contract work. More specific information could be found at the people link with individual programmers.

  • Marius
    Marius is invovled currently with a security contract project that has been continuously updated for several years using video surveilance, image recognition, sound etc. All types of things really.
    He is also involved in Audio-Visual communications via networks.

  • Neil
    Neil is programming applications for Nokia as well as systems integration for a content management product called Excalibur.

  • Riaan
    Riaan is actively involved internationally with the Boa-Constructor development. It is an IDE project for Python designed and written by Riaan himself.
    It has been extremely successful in the Python community as well as the Zope community as it has several features specifically designed to program Zope and thus doing away with Zope's horrible editing boxes!

  • Dirk
    Dirk is developing a computer version of the 'Roborally' boardgame. There is a working alpha version written in Java available from his personal website here
    He is currently planning a complete and thorough rewrite in the python language.
    He is also writing java/python applications in a networked environment for a GIS (Geographic Information Systems) company. Further he is developing products with Zope.[www.zope.org]

    Example program

    These examples all read lines from an input file and echos them back to the screen.
          #include <string>
          #include <fstream>
          #include <iostream>
          using namespace std;
          int main(int argc, char* argv[])
            ifstream fin(argv[1]);
            for(string s; getline(fin, s); cout <<s <<endl);
            return 0;
          import java.io.*;
          class LineEcho{
            public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException{
              BufferedReader fin = new BufferedReader(new FileReader(args[0]));
              String line = "";
              while((line=fin.readLine()) != null){
          import sys
          if __name__ == '__main__':
              fin = file(sys.argv[0])
              for i in fin.xreadlines():
                print i

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