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Crayon is a library which provides a foundation that can be used to build Java libraries and applications. It makes extensive use of Dependency Injection (DI) via the help of Guice. The project also contains a set of useful library implementations that use the core library. More information to come.

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Team Foundation Continuous Merge Service

Team Foundation Continuous Merge Service automatically propagates changes made in one branch to any other branch in TFS. Developed in C#.


Also includes a set of Activities for use with Workflow Foundation 4.0,

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An Atom Publishing Protocol implementation built on Windows Communication Foundation.

Source Analysis Policy

Provides a Team Foundation Server (TFS) check-in policy for source analysis using StyleCop and the .NET 3.5 Framework.

TFS Aggregator

TFS server side plugin (TFS 2010 only). Enables calculation of field values in Team Foundation Server. (i.e.: Dev work + Test Work = Total Work) Supports same work item and parent-child links. Can also aggregate string/state values (ie Children are Done so the Parent is Done)


Building a solid foundation for application development,


ObjectivesEasy to install Foundation for more specific systems utilizing the AWS cloud Command line shell tools for working with services MilestonesM1Shared and multiple account information across service clients M2Command tool(s) for working with cloud services using App::Cmd M3Amazon::SimpleDB support. M4Consistent uniform interface across all service interfaces Uniform error handling Reduce number of dependencies Future Considerationscomplex and compound functions shared utility functions Tell us! To sign up for an Amazon Web Services account, required to use this library and the S3 service, please visit the Amazon Web Services web site at http://www.amazonaws.com/. You will be billed accordingly by Amazon when you use this module and must be responsible for these costs.

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An "empty" jekyll base structure, with the foundation web framework built-in and ready to use


IntroductionThis project provides a identity-based cryptography toolkit based on the CPK (Combined Public Key) cryptography algorithm. The foundation of this project is the CPK algorithm. CPK is one type of Identity Based Cryptography (IBC), which is public key cryptography that the public key can be an arbitrary string such as an email address, a user name, or a phone number. The concept of taking identity or identifier as public key was introduced to eliminate the complexity of public key and certificate management. The CPK algorithm is one of the implementations of IBC that was invented by Xianghao Nan. CPK AlgorithmThe advantage of CPK can be seen from a scenario that Alice wants to send a secret message to Bob with email address ''bob@company.com''. With traditional public key techniques such as PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) or PGP (Pretty Good Privacy), Alice must get Bob's public key from a online public key database such as LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server or from a trusted web page before she can encrypt the message. On the contrary, with CPK Alice just simply encrypts the message with bob's email address ''bob@company.com'' by an identity based encryption scheme without the public key retrieving procedure. ProjectsThis project includes a set of hardware and software modules, include CPK Crypto Library CPK Secure Token CPK Command Line Toolkit CPK Key Management Server CPK SecureMail Plug-in for Microsoft Outlook CPK SecureFile, a GUI file protection system integrated with the Gnome Nautilus File Explorer CPK e-Stamp, a system that convert CPK signatures to a stamp CPK Crypto LibraryCPK Secure TokenCPK Command Line ToolkitIntroductionThis is a command line tool that implement the System Setup, Private key extraction, Sign/Verify, Encrypt/Decrypt and Data format parsing func- tions. The output ?le format of ?cpk? is ASN.1 DER encoded and similar to PKCS#7 SignerInfo and RecipientInfo. These output can be parsed by other tools that supporting the parse of DER ?les, for example, ?openssl asn1parse? command. A revision of this tool with C API has been integrated into a e-banking system in Minsheng Commercial Band for enterprise customers. System Setupcpk gen-secmatrix --ec secp192k1 --col 32 --row 32 --map-algo SHA1 --out matrix.skmcpk gen-pubmatrix --in matrix.skm --out matrix.pkm cpk sign [--detach] [--key file | --token dev] [--keyid id] [--sign-algo name] [--armor] [--in file] [--append-to file] [--outform name] [--out file] cpk verfiy [options] cpk encrypt [options] cpk decrypt [options] cpk parse [--inform name] [--in file] [--out file] cpk help [name]cpk gen-key --id yourname --in matrix.skm > yourname.skeycpk sign --key yourname.skey --in document.txt > document.txt.sig cpk verify --matrix matrix.pkm --signed-file document.txt --sig-file document.txt.sig echo a-session-key | cpk encrypt --detach --matrix matrix.pkm --recipient rcpt-name > symmkey.cpk cpk decrypt --key yourname.skey --in cipher.cpk > plainCPK Key Management ServerWe also implements a set of front-ends software PKCS #11 Cryptography Token Interface Standard PKCS #7 Cryptographic Message Syntax Standard SEC Elliptic Curve Cryptography Standard ISO ASN.1 Syntax and DER Encoding Format


Integrates the Foundation pagination component with will_paginate,

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BETA - Content Slider for SharePoint 2010 / Office 365

SharePoint Banner / SharePoint 2010 Sliding Banner / Content Slider tools in Office 365/ Sliding Content in SharePoint is a general tool which could be used for sliding Banners or any other sliding content to be placed on any Office 365 / SharePoint 2010 / SharePoint Foundation.


This project contains my project I did for the code test for the Dojo foundation


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Ashraya Foundation- An NGO started up by couple of friend working in IT comp. This Web based application is based on that NGO.

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Team Foundation Server Explorer

A standalone Team Foundation Server explorer that can be used to view and manage source files.


OP (Open Pit) is a suite of programs that have evolved within Placer Dome Inc. Vancouver?s Evaluations Group since the 1970?s, whose purpose is to build computer models of an orebody from drillhole data and to compute geological resources, mineable reserves and staged development from those models. There are about twenty significant programs and numerous auxiliary programs comprising OP. These amount to more than 100,000 lines of Fortran and 60,000 line of C. /--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright (C) 2007 Barrick Gold Corporation All rights reserved. This file is part of the 'Placer Dome-OP' suite of programs This file is provided AS IS with NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF DESIGN, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. No author or distributor accepts responsibility to anyone for any consequences of using the any of these programs. This file may be distributed or modified under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as published by the Free Software Foundation and appearing in the file LICENSE.GPL included in the packaging of this file or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt The above license-block must not be MOVED, ALTERED or DELETED. /---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Gary Bortosky's code demonstrationThanks for visiting my technology demonstration site. This project is intended for me to maintain and renew my skills inventory and experiment with and demonstrate various Microsoft and other technologies. I'll use a simple temperature application to do so. Please see http://www.bortosky.com/samples/temperature/googletimeline.aspx for the completed project. ComponentsService Layer Web Client Layer Silverlight Access TechnologiesMicrosoft .NET C# 3.5 (Generics, Linq, Lambda expressions) Web Services (Windows Communication Foundation coming soon) Google Visualization APIs JavaScript XML Concepts and PatternsObject Orientation Contract-first Design N-Tier Service Orientation and loose coupling (The web service is implemented wholly separately on a different domain) ToolsVisual Studio 2008 (Development) svcutil.exe (Creating client-side and proxy classes for WCF) xsd.exe (Creating service contracts) Sparx Enterprise Architect (UML architecture)

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Our group aims to develop a web application that would assist Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA America) in carrying out their annual conference. The proposed system would enable LDA America to easily set up an online platform for members of public to register for conference conducted by LDA America while at the same time allowing LDA America to track the enrollment and payment status throughout the conference?s lifecycle. Our proposed system will be based on commonly used open source PHP language in MVC framework which will simplify system maintenance by LDA America in house IT team while at the same time provide a foundation for future development or migration of existing web application used by LDA America ? enabling LDA America to deal with future change more effectively even after the completion of the project.

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Zurb's Foundation + Slim + Middleman server + Heroku,