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100+ awesome free and open source applications - Software - Seopher.com Posted on Tuesday 27th of September 2011 at 13:05 in SoftwareIt has always amazed me quite how many incredible, varied and useful applications are available for free on the Internet. Be it free, open source, web-based or merely passive trials - the number of top quality items on offer is huge. The purpose of this list is to help people realise that the free and open source software communities are expansive and generous.

List of tools for static code analysis This is a list of tools for static code analysis. Language[edit] Multi-language[edit] .NET[edit] JavaScript[edit] Off-the-Record Messaging OTR library and toolkit This is the portable OTR Messaging Library, as well as the toolkit to help you forge messages. You need this library in order to use the other OTR software on this page. [Note that some binary packages, particularly Windows, do not have a separate library package, but just include the library and toolkit in the packages below.] The current version is 4.0.0. UPGRADING from version 3.2.x ListOfOpenSourcePrograms List Of Open-source Programs (LOOP) for Microsoft Windows Operating Systems What is the LOOP list? This is a list of the best open-source applications that run on Windows. Scala in the Enterprise The Scala programming language is used by many companies to develop commercial software and production systems; please find below some notable examples. Your company can also benefit from using Scala, just like LinkedIn, EDFT, Twitter, Novell, the Guardian, Xebia, Xerox, FourSquare, Sony, Siemens, Thatcham, OPower, GridGain, AppJet, Reaktor and many others. Scala is being used by many more organisations and steadily moving into mainstream business critical applications.

March of the Penguin: Ars looks back at 20 years of Linux The Linux kernel was originally created by Linus Torvalds, a Finnish computer science student, and first announced to the world on August 25, 1991—exactly 20 years ago today. At the time, Torvalds described his work as a "hobby" and contended that it would not be "big and professional" like the GNU project. But the Linux kernel turned out to be one of the most significant pieces of open source software ever developed. Over the past two decades, it has grown from a humble hobby project into a global phenomenon that runs on everything from low-cost e-book readers to a majority of the world's supercomputers. Here's how it grew. From Freax to Linux

p0f v3 Copyright (C) 2012 by Michal Zalewski <lcamtuf@coredump.cx> Yeah, it's back! 1. 15+ Awesome Open Source Graphics Software List Cenon – Cenon is a graphical tool of a special kind. Build upon a modular graphical core, Cenon offers a wide variety of possibilities and applications. The best of all, the Cenon core is free software, available with full source codes, and at home on many computer platforms. It is capable of doing Desktop publishing, vector graphic transformation etc. Dia – Dia is roughly inspired by the commercial Windows program ‘Visio’, though more geared towards informal diagrams for casual use. It can be used to draw many different kinds of diagrams.

Arachni Web scanner (CLI & WEB GUI) ~ Sudhir @ Pentester Download the CDE package from: Linux users enjoy the privilege of a CDE package which is a compressed archive and contains a full preconfigured Linux environment in the form of a sandbox. Quick Basic Usage of Arachni: To see help type :

Christian mythology Christian mythology is the body of myths associated with Christianity. Within contemporary Christianity, the appropriateness of describing Christian narratives as “myth” is a matter of disagreement. George Every claims that the existence of "myths in the Bible would now be admitted by nearly everyone", including "probably all Roman Catholics and a majority of Protestants".[1] As examples of biblical myths, Every cites the creation account in Genesis 1 and 2 and the story of Eve's temptation.[1] A number of modern Christian writers, such as C.S. Lewis, have described elements of Christianity, particularly the story of Christ, as "true myth". However, other Christian authors assert that Christian narratives should not be categorized as myth.

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