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A MOST OMNIMISCHEVOUS AND DISCORDIAN OPERATING SYSTEM FOR SOLVING ALL OF YOUR SOLUTIONS WITH ITS SLEEK SEXY DESIGN.
Course Compiler Design I at the ETH Zuerich (Switzerland). The course program is to write a simple compiler for educational language J01 (similar to Java, with restrictions) for a target platform (either DLX, SPARC or x86).
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
A collection of dozens of entertaining educational programs. Optionally bootable from Floppy, CD, or USB. Only the open source portions of FUZOMA are hosted on Sourceforge. Visit the Project Homepage for the full version of FUZOMA.
This project contens software to be used to promote the development of virtual and non-virtual teaching-learning machines for electronics laboratories oriented to practical classes at high schools, technical schools and engineering schools.
A Computer Algebraic System. Designed to do advanced mathematical operations and calculations with a simple user interface.
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Alternative operating system for digital camera's using a clarity ASIC (eg gsmart 350) written in C and assembler. In a later stage extra hardware (sound, input devices..) will also be added. This will result in a very cheap wearable computer
SOPA is an hobby opensource operating system written in both C and Assembly. The first purpose of this project is for me to learn and hopefully help other when learning about OS development. Feel free to contribute!