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100+ awesome free and open source applications - Software - 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. In these tense economic times, raising awareness of such projects is something I'm more than happy to do. If you feel that I've missed something good off the list, please leave a comment at the bottom - I read absolutely every one. Image, Image Editing and Graphics GIMP – The GNU Image Manipulation Program is a Photoshop replacement that doesn’t have "quite" as much functionality but it’s excellent for free. - A really good, lightweight alternative to Photoshop. Artweaver - Office Audio

Mougg - Your Music in the Cloud 31 How to Sites Must Check Home » How to » 31 Best How To Sites To Learn Everything You Need To Know In Internet you can find lots of site which helps you to learn lots of thing that we use in our daily life. But the question is where to find it and and how to learn lots of thing and guides free. These are some of the best How to websites which will really help you a lot. How To Sites To Learn New Skills 1. CNET Online Courses Free online how to classes and tutorials on everything from car technology to digital photography or Tips and tricks. 2. eHow eHow One of the most popular website on the web lots of How to Articles. eHow is a treasure trove of how to information, anything from arts and entertainment to sports and fitness. 3. wikiHow WikiHow wikiHow is a powerful and great how to manual, but since it’s a wiki, anyone can add or edit the information you find here. 4. Instructables Share what you like to make and how others can do the same at Instructables, a community driven how to site. 5. How Stuff Works

Android 10 amazingly alternative operating systems and what they could mean for the future This post is about the desktop operating systems that fly under the radar of most people. We are definitely not talking about Windows, Mac OS X or Linux, or even BSD or Solaris. There are much less mainstream options out there for the OS-curious. These alternative operating systems are usually developed either by enthusiasts or small companies (or both), and there are more of them than you might expect. As you will see, many of them are very different from what you may be used to. Enough introduction, let’s get started! AmigaOS 4.1 This month (September 2008) AmigaOS 4.1 was released. AmigaOS only runs on specific PowerPC-based hardware platforms. Source model: Closed source License: Proprietary Platform: PowerPC State: Final Read a review of AmigaOS 4.1 at Arstechnica. Haiku Haiku is an open source project aimed at recreating and continuing the development of the BeOS operating system (which Palm Inc. bought and then discontinued). Haiku is compatible with software written for BeOS. ReactOS

HTTrack Website Copier - Offline Browser 10 Useful Firefox Extensions to Supercharge Firebug Firebug is a revolutionary Firefox extension that helps web developers and designers test and inspect front-end code. It provides us with many useful features such as a console panel for logging information, a DOM inspector, detailed information about page elements, and much more. Though Firebug is already fully packed with features out of the box, several extensions out there can enhance its utility. In this article, you will find the 10 best Firefox extensions for Firebug that will make your life, as a developer or designer, easier. 1. Pixel Perfect Pixel Perfect allows you to overlay web layouts and other design compositions onto a web page so that you can accurately (and easily) write your CSS and HTML. Install Pixel Perfect 2. Page Speed is an open source Firebug add-on for evaluating web page performance, giving developers suggestions on front-end performance optimizations they can carry out. Install Page Speed 3. Install CodeBurner 4. Install FireRainbow 5. Install Inline Code Finder

Java Tip 76: An alternative to the deep copy technique Implementing a deep copy of an object can be a learning experience -- you learn that you don't want to do it! If the object in question refers to other complex objects, which in turn refer to others, then this task can be daunting indeed. Traditionally, each class in the object must be individually inspected and edited to implement the Cloneable interface and override its clone() method in order to make a deep copy of itself as well as its contained objects. This article describes a simple technique to use in place of this time-consuming conventional deep copy. The concept of deep copy In order to understand what a deep copy is, let's first look at the concept of shallow copying. In a previous JavaWorld article, "How to avoid traps and correctly override methods from java.lang.Object," Mark Roulo explains how to clone objects as well as how to achieve shallow copying instead of deep copying. A deep copy occurs when an object is copied along with the objects to which it refers. Conclusion

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