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Code-Labs Project is about sharing my algorithm and code on software development. They are mainly based on Assembly, C, C++, and Python. I opened it freely to all of you. It's an open project.
Raspberry Pi SD Image with Ruby and SiriProxy
This is an MediaPlayer which runs as an server and is controlled by an gui-app over TCP/IP. It is fully portable in C#(the example gui is in XUL).
Software application, firmware and U.I. for 4-motors 3-axis milling machine, open hardware, software and mechanics. See also project in details for schematics and images on http://www.contesti.eu/opensource/xyz-dc-motor-controller
A moderator bot designed for use with any FPS multiplayer game that supports the RCON interface. All extended functionality is implemented with LUA scripts, allowing for easy end user modifications and additions.
The TMSNetServer TAP allows Topfield PVR users to control their PVRs from a PC. This project is a java library that provides a cross-platform way of accessing the TAP via its network protocol.
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