Asymptopia Crossword Builder (Math/Text) is an application that runs in any modern Web browser, but does not require an Internet connection (if it is installed locally). The application was designed to allow teachers to quickly produce well-designed, challenging activities. The application features a configuration panel where the user can either enter their own word-hint pairs, or generate math-crossword problems via a single button. The math functionality generates word:hint pairs like: "four:7/x-3/8=11/8", where the hint corresponds to the problem, and the student would write the letters "four" in the corresponding boxes of the puzzle.
BasicQuery is a Java-based application used to access databases through JDBC. It features a Swing-based GUI and includes capabilities useful to developers when testing SQL statements against a database. It also produces timing information, which is valuable during tuning exercises.
BuildMonkey is an automated build, integration, and test platform for large-scale software development, particularly for distributed teams. It lets you manage multiple projects at once on different platforms and with different build technologies (Ant, make, gmake, etc.) and monitor SCM repositories to know what changed, when, and by whom. Build results are known immediately through email notification, and complete build logs are available via a central build dashboard. BuildMonkey integrates with the BuildMonkey EVT test suite to know the status of your host and network infrastructure at all times. Successful builds can be tagged in the SCM repository so they can be recreated.
CATPrep.com's GMAT Simulator is program designed to evaluate preparedness level for the Graduate Management Admissions Test. It allows you to supplement your preparation materials and practice quantitative, verbal, and AWA sections with realistic sample questions, including the new question types (bold-faced critical reasoning questions and tougher probability questions). Each simulated testing session offers answers, explanations, timing analysis, and an accurate scoring assessment.
CaptureMock provides capture-replay mocking for Python, on the command line and with client-server communication. CaptureMock's approach is a so-called capture-replay approach. This means that when you 'record' your mock, CaptureMock will observe the interaction between your code and the subsystem you are mocking out, and record it in a text file in its own format. When you then run your test in 'replay mode', CaptureMock can play the role of the subsystem in question, and the real subsystem does not need to even be installed. You can then choose, each time you run your tests, whether you wish to have the real subsystems present and verify/recreate the captured mocks, or to rely on the mocks captured by a previous run. If you are running in 'replay mode' and CaptureMock does not receive the same calls as previously, it will fail the test, and suggest that you may want to recreate the mocks in record mode.
CollectionSpy is a Java profiler that focuses on tracking and analyzing your program's usage of Collection Framework containers. It detects hashing container (e.g. HashMap) corruption due to mutating keys. It tracks expensive internal rehashing of containers whose capacity needs expanding. It detects multithreaded access to any unsynchronized container (e.g. HashMap, ArrayList). It visualizes hashing container bucket list lengths, allowing you to diagnose worst-case access performance.
CouchUnit is a JUnit extension that helps administer tests run against CouchDB. It mimics the syntax and feel of DBUnit by helping developers write tests that load XML style datasets to place databases in known states between integration tests. A number of standard operations are used to store and remove CouchDB documents. Any number of documents may be declared within a single CouchUnit dataset.