Luach is a Hebrew calendar program that shows Hebrew dates, holidays, and halachic day times ("zmanim"). The Hebrew dates are obtained from libhdate and the times by Kosher Java's Zmanim API. Luach is similar to the Windows program "Kaluach", but is cross-platform and open source.
MotorCycle BlackJack is a standalone, platform-independent blackjack game with configurable motorcycle imagery. By default, the game is configured with a 2011 Honda CBR250R theme, but you can easily drop in your own images to gaze upon your favorite machine while practicing your blackjack skills.
AnyMap is a flexible Flash-based solution for easily displaying any sort of data dealing with geographical locations. It contains maps of the US, the world, and US counties. It is driven by an XML interface and is easily implemented. There is no need for ActiveX on the server. Graphics are rendered on the client. All scripting languages (including ASP, PHP, ColdFusion, and Perl) are supported. You can easily add your own custom images and texts.
AnyStock is a flexible Flash-based solution to create interactive and attractive stock and financial charts. It supports large datasets and provides great scrolling options. It features built-in technical indicators (SMA, EMA, MCAD, Bollinger Bands, etc.), drawings (lines, shapes, Fibonacci tools), and localization support. It is driven by an XML/JSON interface and is easily used. All scripting languages (ASP, PHP, Ruby, Perl, etc.) are supported.
Hayward's Free Intranet Employee Photo Directory is an employee photo directory Web application for intranets. It allows searching by name, skill, department, title, and tag, and features status updates and local times for people and organizations who are not in the visitor's time zone.
HOPSPACK solves derivative-free optimization problems in a C++ software framework. The framework enables parallel operation using MPI (for distributed machine architectures) and multithreading (for single machines with multiple processors or cores). Optimization problems can be very general: functions can be noisy, nonsmooth, and nonconvex, linear and nonlinear constraints are supported, and variables may be continuous or integer-valued.