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Topic # 95767 12-Jan-2012 15:04
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Random post, but I figured that there is a great deal of open source software out there that is becoming more and more polished so I thought I'd put up some of my Favs.

-Scribus: Desktop publishing really really handy
-Eclipse: Heavy duty IDE
-Gretl: Econometrics tool but really handy for stats analysis
-Jmeter: Load Testing - come a really long way
-LoadUI: Just starting to look at this for load testing too
-SoapUI: Webservices development/testing/everything
-GIMP: Image editing. A little esoteric in terms of interface but heaps of help out there




Load & Performance Tester/PHP/JSP/C/PERL/MYSQL/LoadRunner8->11/HTML/CSS/XML/XSLT/2B|!2B/Cervelo Soloist/EMC Equip4/ Samsung Galaxy S /Darkys 10.2 Extreme

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 572410 23-Jan-2012 15:52
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Handbrake, although I prefer vidcoder 64 bit which is based on handbrake source.
winff for simple video conversion 
Audacity for audio editing
 




Try Vultr using this link and get us both some credit:

 

http://www.vultr.com/?ref=7033587-3B


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  Reply # 572429 23-Jan-2012 16:39
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FileZilla (FTP Client)
Notepad++ (Text file/source code editor)
GreenShot (Screen grabber)
InkScape (SVG editor)

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