On this page you will find an overview of all articles that I have written since 1997. The more recent articles deal with software development with .NET (C#, Visual Studio, LINQ, WPF, Silverlight, WCF RIA Services, ...) in particular. The older articles were often written for the purposes of courses or demonstrations at my computerclub and these articles are mostly about photo editing, databases, Windows, Office, Delphi and PHP.
Below the most recent additions are shown. Use the left panel to filter the more than 100 articles.
These articles can be used freely for personal use. Placing the full articles on other websites is not allowed without the permission of the author.
RSS - What is it and how to use it ?
An article about RSS. What is it? How can you read RSS-feeds? And how can you create XML RSS files in PHP, Delphi or .NET? This small article tries to give an overview.
- Dutch - IT, Webdevelopment
History of OOP
This article, which is written in Dutch, gives an overview of the history of OOP (Object Oriented Programming). The first principles were designed in the sixties. After the language Simula, other languages like Smalltalk, ADA, Prolog, C++, Object Pascal, Java and C# followed.
- Dutch - IT
What is UML ?
The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is one of the most used methodologies to describe a process which can be understood by analysts, developers and clients. This document, which is written in Dutch, gives an overview of UML and shows the different graphical elements which correspond to principles from object oriented programming (OOP).
- PDF - Dutch - IT
How to use e-mails and internet safely
This article, which is written in Dutch, explains some a few dangers on the internet and describes how you can prevent your PC from being infected with viruses, worms, hoaxes, ...
- Dutch - IT
History of the computer
This document, which is written in Dutch, gives an overview of the history of the computer. Everything started long ago with mechanical calculators and only in the forties the first 'computers' were developed. Since the '80s PC's also found their way to the consumer.