Bear is a lightweight remote automation tool for Groovy/Java/JVM. It allows you to deploy projects, setup your cluster, and install software to your remote machines. It differs from other existing tools in that it uses a programmatic approach - your deployment is a regular Java class. It also uses static types, chained method calls, FP, and fluent programming techniques.
The Guide is a way to manage projects. It is a comprehensive intellectual work automation system for software companies. The Guide automates project and process measurements, personnel skills and knowledge, customer feedback, standard adherence, real-time automatic audits, and more. The Guide does not require standards to be followed, but encourages it. The Guide suggests what professionals should do next, and provides tools to do it. The Guide can actually automatically tell what should be done next. The Guide also tells what has not been done.
The jflicks media system allows people to manage their video, audio, photos, and other media in their home. It is a "whole house DVR" for one or more home theater PCs (HTPC) on the home network. Each HTPC can access any media item on any other in the home. When needed, the system uses other software to get work done. For example, it uses mplayer and VLC to display video.
Components 4 Java is a development tool for Java. It provides a framework to organize and separate different parts of code, and fills the gap between the class level and the library level as provided by the Java SE architecture. Additionally, you can organize your classes in well-separated and loosely coupled components. Those can be stuck together graphically into larger compositions. Finally, components and compositions will be distributed among Java archives as specified in assemblies.
PrimeDesktop is a tool for planning, mapping, and administration of a network with the ability to place, move, and manipulate entities within the network map such as desktops, servers, and infrastructure objects. The application allows administrators to control all aspects of their network such as standard devices, user groups, and network rules.
protobuf-rpc-pro is a Java developer library that provides an RPC layer for Google's Protocol Buffer services. It builds upon Netty for low-level NIO. Features include bidirectional RPC calls from client to server and from server to client. The client and server are equal communicating peers. TCP connection re-use / keep-alive, SSL encryption support, RPC call cancellation, timeout and a pluggable logging facility logging RPC call data in Protocol Buffer format are included.