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risom



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    d3.js

    Company: d3js.org
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    Version Reviewing: 5.1

    "Design beautiful SVGs using JavaScript"

    by risom on May 30, 2018 1:18 PM

    Summary:
    D3 is a JavaScript library for designing beautiful SVGs from a number of data sources. It allows developers to create, animate, and manipulate data in a meaningful way that will work on almost any browser. D3 is a widely supported open source tool that has many examples and online support from fellow developers.

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  • JUnit

    Company: JUnit
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    Version Reviewing: 4.9

    "Great Java Unit Testing Tool"

    by risom on May 29, 2018 9:23 AM

    Summary:
    I first used JUnit in college learning to test software in a software engineering course. As a free tool it's great for learning how to apply different test cases to your code while acquiring skills and good practices you can apply to most other software languages.

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  • Unity

    Company: Unity Technologies
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    Version Reviewing: 2017.3

    "Game development for everyone"

    by risom on May 25, 2018 9:47 AM

    Summary:
    Unity is a powerful game development tool that allows creators to develop their own interactive 3D worlds. It allows you to write games and applications for cross platform development including HTML5 supported browsers, iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, and Linux. Utilize C# and other powerful scripting languages through Visual Studio or MonoDevelop IDEs that work synergistically with Unity 3D engine.

    My first experience was taking a games class in college and I was able to download Unity for free and work on a variety of class projects. For the final in the class we were able to create a VR game thanks to device driver support for Unity being so widely available.

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  • Nmap ("Network Mapper")

    Company: NMAP.ORG
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    Version Reviewing: 7

    "Great open source network scanning tool"

    by risom on May 14, 2018 10:43 AM

    Summary:
    Nmap is a great for mapping system networks for providing security and stability to your systems. A very powerful tool that is easy to use yet difficult to master. Be mindful that some scans can increase network traffic, try doing extensive scans after hours to avoid interrupting Susan's facebooking.

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  • Sublime Text Editor

    Company: Sublime HQ Pty Ltd
    • Currently 5/5 Stars.
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    Version Reviewing: Sublime Text 3

    "Free and easy text editor"

    by risom on Feb 16, 2018 4:50 PM

    Summary:
    Sublime offers a great text editor for reviewing code. Works with a wide variety of languages and features.

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  • Balsamiq

    Company: Balsamiq Studios
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    "Wireframing quick and easy"

    by risom on Jan 25, 2018 5:02 PM

    Summary:
    Balsamic makes designing wireframes a breeze.

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x = c(5,4,3,2,1)

print(x[1])

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Programming Language: R

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