Software Development

Programming, design, theory, user support groups, product-specific newsletters

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SAS programming tips

SAS programming tips

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Content Analysis

A research group for massive text content analysis

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Project Red Mesh

This is a mailing list for Project Red Mesh developers. The project is a next generation P2P project. With support of intelegent network reformatting and many other expterimental algorithms. There are currently 40+ developers working on the project and will expect an release by the Q2 of 2007. A part of TLFc tools collection project.

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Discussion on Visual Basic.NET

Discussion on programming Microsoft's Visual Basic.NET

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J2EE Weekly Tech Tips

Get expert tips, sample code solutions, and techniques for developing in the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). Providing a weekly newsletter of pappers written by the developers of real world solutions. Subscribers can send their pappers, solutions and tips to the list, which the moderator(s) analys and compile into that weeks newsletter. Also each month you'll receive a comments about the web services in the market. This list can help you "programmer" to build better application. Join us.

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PCB Elegance Users

Discussion and support for users of the PCB Elegance electronics design software.

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CipherShed

On-the-fly encryption software based off of the discontinued TrueCrypt project. https://ciphershed.org

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UNODE

Unode is a project to create a decentralized anonymous encrypted communication network for activists. Currently Unode is a project to create a set of bash scripts to help Activists communicate without revealing their IP, or other personal data. Some of these scripts are used to forward email lists to the newsgroup alt.activism.underground. By doing this, activists can read important action alerts and other information without being included on the servers email lists that run the lists. Email headers are removed from these posts, as well as email addresses themselves are altered to help avoid spam. Why do we use unix bash scripts? Mainly because it is easy for others to alter or correct errors in our scripts, in addition, bash scripting is used to try out new ideas. In a way, we use it as a rough draft for futher work. Eventually we plan on making all of these in stable binary programs.

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TriSano Core Team Discussion List

This list is for discussing core team development of the TriSano open-source public health surveillance system.

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Discussion on C#

Discussion on Microsoft's new C# language for the .NET platform.

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Wipro UWIN Newsletter

Wipro UWIN is a UNIX/Linux - Windows Integration/Migration Product from Wipro Technologies. About Wipro UWIN :It provides the traditional UNIX user and development environment on Windows. Supported on Windows 98/NT/2K. Features of the product includes scripting, version management, commonly used unix utilities, remote tools like telnet, ftp etc.

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Gnome Braille Transcription Program

This list is for the development of a Braille transcription program which will run on the Gnome desktop of Unix/Linux. It will be open source and free. It will handle math and graphics.

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FCT Java Geeks

Java talk for FCT

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SwissDelphiCenter english Newsletter

English weekly newsletter with programming tips to Borland Delphi

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SAS on Linux

Discussion among users and prospective users of SAS on the Linux operating system, including topics related to migrating to Linux SAS from other versions of SAS. SAS is the statistical analysis software from SAS Institute, Inc.

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