A collection of software made by Milos Rancic.
CRC algorithms, test code, libraries and tables
This is a modified version of the CRC algorithms by Lammert Bies. It supports more algorithms and has been ported to several languages. It's also useful for learning how to do hexadecimal calculations and bitwise operations in various programming languages. Disclaimer: These test programs demonstrate the calculation of CRC. I made these translation with a basic knowledge of each language. They may or may not be appropriately formatted / secured / robustified / idiot proofed or any similar programming issues.
A national virtual bridge engineering contest for kids of all ages.
A national virtual bridge engineering contest with prizes for middle and high school kids, grades 6 to 12, but anyone can enter for fun. Based on the award-wining Bridge Designer client software, now open source through this project. Web site infrastructure supports worldwide participation in qualifying and semifinal rounds with a tiny administrative staff. The new Rails back end is a RubyMine project. Thanks to JetBrains for this awesome development environment!
CiteULike is a free service to help academics share, store, and organise the papers they're reading. This open source project contains the code to scrape citations from publishers' web sites.
Dictionnaire is an open-source French-English dictionary intended to cover modern phraseology as well as entries that are difficult to translate using traditional dictionaries.
A combination of useful tools for High School classes, including math classes ranging from prealgebra to calculus, and science classes ranging from IPS to AP Physics.
A resource for political accountability; a compilation of statistics and information on Canadian Members of Parliament, and possibly other levels of government. The project includes the website code, as well as the tools used to extract the informati
Jakka is a content management system for the mobile platform. Jakka will allow websites to host video content, photos and other attachments sent from mobile devices by MMS. Jakka is an application for sharing mobile platform content online.
This project will produce one or more tutorial documents covering object-oriented concepts for people who want to learn the Ruby programming language. The initial rubyboot document is based on the perlboot man page, from the standard Perl distribution.
The Kid-Safe system is designed to be installed on PCLinuxOS. The project's primary goal is the Kid-Safe LiveCD, which is built using this package. The system includes KDE Kiosk Restrictions, Internet Filtering, Games and More. Designed for all ages.