The Marian Schedenig Homepage

Other Projects

Here I will list all those projects I've worked on for which I don't have a special page of their own, be it because the project has an official external website or simply because it's too small to warrant the creation of an extra page.

Teach/Me and Coimbra

Teach/Me is a series of e-learning products for Windows. Coimbra is the multimedia document database on which Teach/Me is based, written in Borland Delphi. Both systems were developed by Hans Lohninger at the Technical University of Vienna. I programmed several of Teach/Me's "Interactive Examples" as well as a couple of core features.

Österreichische Literatur im Exil

Österreichische Literatur im Exil seit 1933 is a collection of German online lectures and articles about literature by Austrian emigrants in the 20th century. Technically it's a collection of static web pages created from a Firebird database which is managed by a custom Java Swing interface. I wrote all the software used for this project based on earlier software and database structures by Alexander Schatten for the forerunner project Literatur in der Wiener Moderne. Both projects are hosted under the common title Literaturepochen.

OSWP

Open Science Workplace is an open source, web-based project management application developed at the Technical University of Vienna, led by Alexander Schatten. OSWP is written in Java using EJBs, Struts and OJB. I wrote several of the OSWP core modules.

Haus des Meeres

For the official website of Vienna's Haus des Meers, I handled the transition to a bilingual system (updating the templates and websites and incorporating the official translations). Also, I created an easy-to-use news system based on PHP and MySQL which provides an easy way for the staff to add bilingual articles (with pictures) to the website's news section.

Amerlingchor

In 2006, I created the website for the Amerlingchor, which I am a member of. The page's structure was conceived by Paul Bohunsky and myself. The design was created by Max Rieger. I then put it all together using a PHP/MySQL approach, including an internal section for managing a newsletter, managing and contacting members, editing rehearsal dates plus a message board. This is also my first website to entirely use CSS for formatting.