Tools

SwitchYard

A development framework for building and managing service-oriented applications. It provides the project with full life cycle support. SwitchYard offers feature for easy software development, as well as its deployment. The tool works with Apache Camel.

Tail

A program on Unix-like systems that outputs the last parts of a piped data or text file. 

Targetprocess

An integrated web-based project management tool that focuses on the Agile methodology. Targetprocess provides an intuitive visual interface to manage software development projects. It offers features for using Scrum, Kanban or customized approach.

TeamCity

A Java-based build management server, tool-set for CI that enables to quickly build sophisticated automated pipelines. It can automatically find hanging builds, finding duplicates, building statistics charts, and more.

TestRail

A test management software developed for development teams and QA that can manage test cases, integrate with test automation and has other significant ffeatures that boost your testing results. 

TFS

Stands for Team Foundation Server. A project management tool. It is used for making reports, managing source code and requirements, as well as managing tests and releases. It offers features that enable Agile methodology and can be used with any IDE.

Traceur

A compiler that enables use of new and proposed JS language features on ES6. It is written in ES6 and also supports experimental ES features. It also offers a demo for trying out some of the langueage features online in a browser.

Travis CI

A distributed continuous integration service. It is used to build and test software projects hosted on GitHub. It also simplifies testing and deployment of the app. It supports most programming languages, including Python, Ruby, Node, Java, Go and others.

Trello

A flexible web-based task management application that provides a visual overview of what is being worked on and who is working on it. Trello uses the Kanban system. It has many areas of application, other than software developments, like lesson planning and real estate management.

Unisys

A global platform and IT company. It provides security solutions, advanced data analytics, infrastructure services, application services, cloud management software, etc. It is designed mainly for government, commercial and financial markets.

Vagrant

An open-source software tool for building and maintaining portable virtual development environments and working with virtual machines. It provides a simple and easy to use command-line client for managing these environments. It is also written in Ruby.

Varnish

An HTTP accelerator, also known as a caching reverse proxy. It can increase the speed of a website, while reducing the load on the web server. Depending on the architecture, it can speed it up with a factor of 300 to 1000 times. The tool is also very fast, flexible and reliable.

VCS services

GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab.

VCS tools

Stands for Version Control System. Any VCS tool, online or otherwise, is a repository of files, where developers can add new or change existing files, while monitoring these changes. Such tools allow to see who made the changes, resolve conflicts in code, return to previous versions and other features.

Velocity

A Java-based template engine that enables anyone to manage a template language to reference objects designated in Java code. It is primarily used by web designers create websites that look good, without worrying about the backend side of development.

Version Control System (VCS)

Team of developers may change the same files.

Vi

A text editor for Unix like systems. It acts as window to the file that needs editing and reflects the changes. It allows to insert new text, change or delete different units of a file, such as words, sentences, paragraphs or just separate characters.

Vim

Stands for Vi IMproved. A text editor that is included as "vi" with UNIX OS and Apple OS X. It supports most programming languages and file formats, and can be integrated with other tools. Aside from standard text editing tools, it can also be extended via plugins.

Visual SourceSafe

A source control program that creates, maintains and organizes a virtual library of computer files. It allows to backup source files, see earlier versions of a file, manage file releases. It also enables merging, branching and sharing.

VMware

A virtualization software company. It provides a completely virtualized set of hardware to the guest operating system. It also includes networking/security management tools, software-defined data center, etc. There is also a cloud version of the products.

VSTS

Stands for Visual Studio Team Services. It is the online version of Team Foundation Server, an IDE developed by Microsoft that allows to encompass development teams. It provides special roles and tools for software architects, developer specialties and testers.

WebEx

An online communication and team collaboration tool. It is used for remote team work. It allows video conferencing and screen sharing, and also provides specialized functionality for webinars, training, remote technical support.

Wercker

It is a continuous delivery platform, based on Docker. It provides features for developing, building and deploying applications. Wercker also uses Git integrations, debugging and testing pipelines and Docker integrations, as well as features for managing all pipelines and workflows.

Wireshark

A live protocol analyzer with offline analysis features. It allow to see everything that is happening on a network and inspect multiple protocols at a time. It also allows to export results into different formats and run the tool on different platforms.

Wit.ai

A natural language developing tool. It is used to build speech recognition and voice control apps. It also allows to build bots (text or voice based), building voice interfaces to go with apps, voice command tools for appliances and robots, and other features involving voice interfaces.

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