The HL7 Inspector is a useful hl7 tool for integration the HL7 in a health care environmental. It will help you to minimize the time for tuning the HL7 communication between systems such as HIS and RIS by analyzing and validating HL7 messages. Check out also the new HL7 Inspector NEO on my homepage.
Capturing screenshots, screen video, logcat, extract string ids
ADBTool with user friendly UI is very helpful for QA Engineers to test and validate Android mobile apps faster. It reduces the test execution time by 40-50 percent. Installation: In order to use this tool you should install ANDROID SDK. And set Android SDK path in Environment variables as ANDROID_HOME. How to Run : Windows: By just double clicking on it. MAC or Linux: java -jar adbtool.jar Capturing and editing screenshot is one of the painful work for QA engineers. QA Engineers can now perform all these actions using this single tool without depending on other editing tools or software. Logcat is the most used thing by QA Engineers and developers to debug the issue. This tool will capture logcat and displays log with colour coding in UI with options to view and save.. Android uiautomator provide only strings not their ids whereas ADBTool can extract complete strings from selected app. Apart from above ADBTool has many other features, use it to know other features.
A low-power ISA design and simulator for a 2010 IEEE competition
This is a student project designed to compete in the 2010 IEEE Computer Society Student Competition: http://www.computer.org/portal/web/competition/2010competition The Code Red architecture is designed for extremely lower power environments, like distributed sensor networks. Included is a design of that architecture, a Java-based simulator, an implementation (without vector instructions) designed as a Logisim circuit (http://ozark.hendrix.edu/~burch/logisim/), and more. The name "Code Red" comes from our team name, the Red Team. Since the competition dictated a small team size, our professor split the class and gave each group a color. We liked the name "Code Red" and chose it to represent our team and school's color (UMass' official color is Maroon.) Only later did we realize that "Code Red" was the name of an unrelated computer worm from 2001.