The semester is almost up, and mine’s been a good one. Admittedly, that’s mostly because it’s my last. That’s right, I’m graduating! I only had three classes left to take this semester, so it was a very easy one. One of my classes this semester focused on Software Engineering. As a learning exercise, the class was organized into a company and worked on an ongoing project started two or three semesters ago. That project is called the Twenty Minute Genealogist. It’s purpose is to make it possible to get meaningful genealogy work done in just 20 minutes a week. The project is still in its infancy and a working version isn’t yet available, but the demo is very promising and the feature set very compelling. If you’re into genealogy work and want to see better tools available for the task, check out http://twentygen.cs.byu.edu/ and take a look at the Twenty Minute Genealogist.
Genealogy in Twenty Minutes a Week
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