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Blog Archive for turbogeek during January 2005

The Global Education and Learning Community welcomes more great projects. This time we have Take a look at these great new projects and join them if you can help them out. JeLSIM Owner: cdmilligan@dev.java.net http://jelsim.dev.java.net/ A toolkit for producing educational simulations. The JeLSIM toolkit facilitates the creation of educational simulations. The process of creating a...
JStateSim - http://jstatesim.dev.java.net/ JStateSim is a framework project for the execution of Discrete Event Simulations. The project is hosted in the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC) of java.net. This project has been graduated from the GELC project incubator and is now part of the Learning Resources project area. About JStateSim JStateSim was developed from scratch by...
Chinook - http://chinook.dev.java.net/ I love it when a good P2P project using JXTA comes my way. This time it is Bioinformatics and JXTA. Project Chinook has just graduated from the incubator at Global Education and Learning Community (GELC) of java.net. The project's new home is the GELC research area. Let's take a look at it and talk to the project owner to learn more about what this...
Want to learn about Java and you need a place to go to start learning? What about a project with forums, email list groups, lots of source code, tutorials and people like you and a few experts willing to answer questions. Dana Nourie, a Project Leader and Writer for java.sun.com has a group called New2Java in the Global Education and Learning Community. New2Java is currently the most popular...
What is the first thing you think about when you imagine teaching software development? Games, right? Project IENJINIA emulates an 80's video games console. This is done for two reasons. First, games, is rather simple as are the types of game design possible. The second is that the emulator is a very simple platform for exploring programming. The project relies on BeanShell but also includes a...
The Global Education and Learning Community welcomes its first projects of 2005. This month we have an automata tester (from a Chinese developer), an eLearning platform based on SCORM, a MIDP RSS client, a virtual console for teaching Java to teenage students (from Mexico), a federated exchange of digital content and rights management, and a set of tools for teaching Algebra in High Schools with...