2017-07-28T14:04:09+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Vlingo, VSDC Free Video Editor, Endeca, Leaflet (software), WOT Services, VMware ThinApp, Authentication, Microsoft Windows SDK, Periscope (app), Snapseed, LV2, Security Vision, RealXtend, Spring Roo, Traffic Inspector, Wowza Streaming Engine, VALO-CD, AMS Device Manager, Argentum Backup, DSpace, ISIS (operating system), Software visualization, CODY Assessment, Syncplify.me Server!, Crownit, Perfect (server framework), Optimove, History of software, Parmis IT Co, Application software, Zip bomb, Software engine, TrekkSoft, Goo Create, Xwt, XPLM Publisher, Privacy platform, GraphQL, GMusicBrowser, Zet (hardware), Usher (software), ProGet, Computer program flashcards


  • Vlingo
    Vlingo was a speech recognition software company co-founded by speech-to-text pioneers Mike Phillips (later co-founder and CEO of Sense Labs, Inc) and John Nguyen in 2006.
  • VSDC Free Video Editor
    VSDC Free Video Editor is a non-linear editing system (NLE) published by Flash-Integro LLC.
  • Endeca
    Endeca was a software company headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, that sold eCommerce search, Customer Experience Management, enterprise search and business intelligence applications.
  • Leaflet (software)
    Leaflet is a widely used open source JavaScript library used to build web mapping applications.
  • WOT Services
    MyWOT/WOT (Web of Trust) is a website reputation and review service that helps people make informed decisions about whether to trust a website or not.
  • VMware ThinApp
    VMware ThinApp (formerly Thinstall) is an application virtualization and portable application creator suite by VMware that can package conventional applications so that they become portable applications.
  • Authentication
    Authentication (from Greek: αὐθεντικός authentikos, "real, genuine", from αὐθέντης authentes, "author") is the act of confirming the truth of an attribute of a single piece of data (a datum) claimed true by an entity.
  • Microsoft Windows SDK
    Microsoft Windows SDK, and its predecessors Platform SDK, and .
  • Periscope (app)
    Periscope is a live video streaming app for iOS and Android developed by Kayvon Beykpour and Joe Bernstein and acquired by Twitter before launch in 2015.
  • Snapseed
    Snapseed is a photo-editing application produced by Nik Software, a subsidiary of Google, for iOS and Android that enables users to enhance photos and apply digital filters.
  • LV2
    LV2, an acronym for Linux Audio Developer's Simple Plugin API (LADSPA) version 2, is an open standard for audio plug-ins and matching host applications.
  • Security Vision
    Security Vision – software meant for automation of information security management system (ISMS) organisation.
  • RealXtend
    realXtend is a project for creating an open-source virtual world platform which is intended to extend the capabilities of OpenSimulator to include features which are not available in the original Second Life project.
  • Spring Roo
    Spring Roo is an open source software tool that uses convention-over-configuration principles to provide rapid application development of Java-based enterprise software.
  • Traffic Inspector
    Traffic Inspector is integrated gateway management software for Microsoft Windows developed by Smart-Soft.
  • Wowza Streaming Engine
    Wowza Streaming Engine (known as Wowza Media Server prior to version 4) is a unified streaming media server software developed by Wowza Media Systems.
    VALO-CD, a distribution of open-source software on a CD for Microsoft Windows, aims to spread knowledge and the use of open-source software.
  • AMS Device Manager
    AMS Device Manager is plant asset management software from Asset Optimization (a business unit of Emerson Process Management).
  • Argentum Backup
    Argentum Backup is a backup software program for Microsoft Windows, produced by Argentum.
  • DSpace
    DSpace is an open source repository software package typically used for creating open access repositories for scholarly and/or published digital content.
  • ISIS (operating system)
    ISIS (Intel System Implementation Supervisor) is an Operating System, created by Intel for their Intel Microprocessor Development System around 1976, and adopted as ISIS-II for systems with floppy drives.
  • Software visualization
    Software visualization or software visualisation refers to the visualization of information of and related to software systems—either the architecture of its source code or metrics of their runtime behavior- and their development process by means of static, interactive or animated 2-D or 3-D visual representations of their structure, execution, behavior, and evolution.
  • CODY Assessment
    The CODY Assessment (Computer aided Dyscalculia test and training) is a diagnostic screener for elementary school children from 2nd to 4th grade used to determine math weakness or dyscalculia.
  • Syncplify.me Server!
    Syncplify.me Server! is a Windows-based secure file transfer server with support for plain and encrypted FTP protocols, both implicit and explicit, as well as SSH-2 and SFTP.
  • Crownit
    Crownit is an app-only merchant discovery and privilege platform that works on an O2O (online to offline) business model.
  • Perfect (server framework)
    Perfect, also termed Server-Side Swift, is an application server, web and server framework written in the programming language Swift.
  • Optimove
    Optimove (initially named Mobius Solutions) was founded in 2009 by Pini Yakuel and Shachar Cohen, and released the first version of its software (initially named Customer Value Maximizer) in 2010.
  • History of software
    Alan Turing is credited with being the first person to come up with a theory for software, which led to the two academic fields of computer science and software engineering.
  • Parmis IT Co
    Parmis IT Co (Persian: فناوری اطلاعات پارمیس), aka Parmis Information Technology Co, is a knowledge-based company manufacturing financial and accounting software in Iran.
  • Application software
    An application program (app or application for short) is a computer program designed to perform a group of coordinated functions, tasks, or activities for the benefit of the user.
  • Zip bomb
    A zip bomb, also known as a zip of death or decompression bomb, is a malicious archive file designed to crash or render useless the program or system reading it.
  • Software engine
    A software engine refers to a central part of a computer program.
  • TrekkSoft
    TrekkSoft is an online booking and payment software provider for tour and activity companies.
  • Goo Create
    Goo Create is a cloud based 3D WebGL content creation editor.
  • Xwt
    Xwt is a .NET cross-platform user interface toolkit.
  • XPLM Publisher
    XPLM Publisher is a commercial authoring and publishing software developed and sold by XPLM.
  • Privacy platform
    A privacy platform often refers to software or systems that are designed in such a way to retain the privacy of its users and operators.
  • GraphQL
    GraphQL is a data query language developed internally by Facebook in 2012 before being publicly released in 2015.
  • GMusicBrowser
    GMusicBrowser is a customizable an open-source jukebox for large collections of music files developed by Quentin Sculo.
  • Zet (hardware)
    Zet is a clone x86 processor where its machine code compatible with x86 processors developed as an effort to make open-hardware processor.
  • Usher (software)
    Usher is an enterprise security platform released by Microstrategy, Inc.
  • ProGet
    ProGet is a software repository manager, designed by the software company Inedo.
  • Computer program
    A computer program is a collection of instructions that performs a specific task when executed by a computer.