teaching software: Computer
New software: computer sciences
is a visual
programming game. Players use a small set of command tiles to build a
program to control the vBot and make it activate every target using the
limited command set.
is a free, open-source e-learning application, used worldwide in the
implementation and analysis of cryptographic algorithms.
upcoming cryptography e-learning platform. Developed as an Eclipse Rich
Client Platform (RCP) based open source project, it enables students
and teachers, developers and others interested in cryptography to apply
and analyze cryptographic mechanisms in a modern and easy-to-use
- Blocks is a block-oriented
language. Programming is simply a matter of dragging and dropping
blocks. Blocks can be used as an education language, as an extension
language for Java applications, or as an autonomous script language.
- Scratch is a visual
programming environment, that
enables you to create interactive multimedia presentations, games and
other applets that run in a web browser (Java). Scratch does not
require you to....
- Kite is a programming language
minimize as much of the programmer experience as possible. It aims to
allow quick development and running time and low CPU and memory usage.
- Guido van Robot, or GvR for
short, is a
minimalistic programming language that provides just enough syntax to
help students learn the concepts of sequencing, conditional branching,
looping, and procedural abstraction. Its biggest strength is that it
permits this learning in an environment that combines the thrill of
problem-solving with instant visual feedback.
- Little Wizard is a development
children. Little Wizard can be programmed without using keyboard, just
by using drag and drop. It works under Linux and Windows 2000/XP (using
GTK). Even children in primary school can understand how it works.
- Access10: Display shortcut accelerator keystrokes.
The work with keyboard-centric applications like word processors, email
clients or enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems (e.g. SAP) can be
annoying and significantly slowed down if you to have change hands
keyboard and mouse often because you cannot remember the wealth of
shortcuts such system typically offers. Here ACCESS kicks in:
allows you an easy visualisation of application specific shortcuts
called accelerators) and user defined keystroke combinations right on
screen. The shortcut database can be
modified on the fly. ACCESS sits in background, monitors
application you are currently using and floats on top with the
shortcut list. For keyboard power-users and/or mouse haters
can result in a surprising productivity gain.
Freeware. Mathias Roth, http://www.thinkred.com/.