Tools

Jellyfish

A data gathering and processing tool for transport intelligence, data and analysis. It saves time on a large scale and delivers accurate real-time traffic information. It also helps to reduce budget due to automation and streamlining of the process.

Jenkins

A cross-platform, continuous integration and continuous delivery tool, written in Java. It allows to build and test software projects continuously, and simplifies integration of changes to the project. More features can be added via plugins.

Jira

A project management tool. It allows to plan and track different types of work, like an issue/bug, discussion, project task, etc., through a predefined workflow. It has all features to aid agile project development, including scrum and kanban boards, and roadmaps planning.

Kibana

An open source data visualization platform for ElasticSearch. It helps to create bar, line and scatter plots, or pie charts, and maps on top of large volumes of data. It also helps put geospatial data onto any map and perform analysis on data from ElasticSearch.

Kibana is used in episode 5 season 3 of the TV drama series “Mr. Robot”.

Kunagi

A web-based tool that facilitates team collaboration and integrated project management. It is primarily used for software projects. Kunagi allows to manage projects from start to finish in one place and also provides features for all Scrum practices.

LabVIEW

Stands for Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench. A platform for designing systems. LabVIEW facilitates visualization of hardware and software, allowing to test measure and control applications. It is also used in Engineering Education.

Lazarus

A cross-platform IDE, used for commercial and open-source Rapid Application Development (RAD). Lazarus offers high-performance tools for handling projects of different complexity, including a drag and drop designer too and extensions for convenience. It is compatible with Delphi and uses a Free Pascal compiler.

LEMP

A variation of the popular LAMP (traditionally includes Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP). In LEMP, Apache is replaced with Nginx, and therefore has a different abbreviation. The stack is used for building websites and web applications. There are scripts for easy installation of LEMP on Ubuntu.

Liferay

An open source enterprise software and a web platform for developing websites and portals. It includes a built-in web CMS, used to power corporate intranets and extranets. It also helps create responsive design for websites, so they are readable on all mobile devices.

LLVM

A collection of modular and reusable compiler and toolchain technologies. The main features of LLVM are generating relocatable machine code and providing the middle layers of a complete compiler system. LLVM is the full name of the project and is not involved with traditional virtual machines.

Logstash

A tool for managing events and logs, used for collecting, parsing, and storing logs for future use, also can be used for cleaning and streaming big data from all sorts of sources into a database.

Lotus

Now called IBM Notes. A client-server tool (used together with IBM Domino) for connection partners, used for creating a smarter workforce and delivering exceptional customer experiences. It can be used as an instant messenger, calendar, for web browsing, personal information management and more.

LSD

Stands for Lean Software Development. An IT approach to software development that implements the set of tools for identification and steady elimination of waste. It consists of seven principles that direct how to optimize development and maintain a team.

LVM

Stands for Logical Volume Manager. A user space toolset for the Linux kernel, used to create or remove virtual partitions in an abstract storage space, where the amount of space and other partitions don’t affect these actions, and one logical volume can stretch over two or more disks. LVM allows to use multiple disks as one.

 

Mantis

A web-based bug/issue tracking tool. It is used as a simple project management tool to identify defects, find solutions and implement them. The software offers features for customizing workflow, user notifications, access and issue fields.

MapForce

A tool for mapping data in database, XML, JSON, Excel, Web service, and other formats. MapForce also provides features for graphical data mapping, data integrations, transformation and processing functions. Documentation can be generated based on mapping activities.

Markdown

An easy, lightweight markup language and tool for converting text to HTML. The main idea of creating Markdown was to have a readable text that is not obviously tagged. The tool’s features can be extended (e.g., adding tables or lists) via other similar markup languages.

Mathematica

An integrated environment for technical computing and programming that has a computer algebra system and incorporates mathematical symbolic computation, arbitrary precision arithmetic, graphics, text processing.

Mercurial

An open-source, cross-platform, revision-control VCS. It is mainly written in Python and is supported on MS Windows and Unix-like systems. Mercurial has an intuitive user interface. It is used for keeping code histories secure, supporting various workflows and projects of different size.

Metasploit

A security testing framework. It is used for identifying security vulnerabilities and improving security awareness. It supports automated penetration tests, which help eliminate the possibility of a threat before it becomes one, and thus, assume the attacker's position.

Micro-Cap

A tool for simulating and editing environments for electric engineers. The latest release offers an intuitive interface and robust high level simulation algorithms. It also offers features for analyzing performance limits, 3D plotting, AC and DC analysis, etc.

MockServer

A library of APIs, used for mocking any system integrated via HTTP or HTTPS. It is used in for mocking responses, requests and callbacks that match certain expectations, regardless whether the backend part is ready or not. It is useful in testing.

MOSS

Stands for Measure of Software Similarity. A plagiarism detection system for catching similarities in program code. It was created to use in programming classes. It is not fully automatic, and only highlights pieces of code that could have been copied.

MPLAB

Now MPLAB X. An IDE used for developing embedded applications on PIC digital signal controllers and dsPIC microcontrollers. The new version is based on NetBeans and runs on Windows, Mac and Linux OS. It also offers a cloud-based option, which allows to access the environment from any place.

NAnt

Stands for Not Ant. An open source automating tool used to automate software build processes, is similar to Apache Ant, but for .NET environment, it includes front-end GUI tools (NAntBuilder, NAntGUI, Nantpad, etc).

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