Speak Like A Brazilian is a Jekyll static site with semantic web metadata tags. Previously it used PHP Laravel 5 and a MariaDB database to store expressions, much like Urban Dictionary, but from several idioms to Brazilian Portuguese. The site focuses on daily expressions, slangs and what cannot be found in dictionaries. Its FaceBook page has over 1000+ followers (organic).
A community focused on creating solutions for life sciences, and writing tools to help researchers. Started in 2012 in Sao Paulo, and has now several users downloading Jenkins Plug-ins, Java libraries and accessing the web site. Part of the Mozilla Science community, and presented in international conferences (ISMB-BOSC). A scientific paper is almost ready for publication.
A subreddit for Functional Programming. Over 2300+ readers.
A subreddit for Fuzzy Logic. Over 40+ readers.
A subreddit for Fuzzy Logic. 20 readers.
A plug-in that adds support to TAP test result files to Jenkins. TAP Plug-in depends on tap4j - a TAP implementation for Java, and on the JUnit Plug-in. Almost 2000 users.
A plug-in that integrates Jenkins and TestLink and generates reports on automated test execution. With this plug-in you can manage your tests in TestLink, schedule and control in Jenkins, and execute using your favorite test execution tool (TestPartner, Selenium, TestNG, Perl modules, PHPUnit, among others). Over 1000+ users.
A plug-in that integrates Jenkins with Testopia and generates reports on automated test execution. With this plug-in you can manage your tests in Testopia, schedule and control in Jenkins, and execute using your favorite test execution tool (TestPartner, Selenium, TestNG, Perl modules, prove, PHPUnit, among others).
In the Lab
Still in the lab, it consists of a web spell, grammar, semantic and rules checker. Technologies used: LanguageTool, OpenNLP, jazzy.
Garagem Vaga was our first product. Developed in PHP with CodeIgniter, using Google Maps and MySQL as database. It provided a map with parking spaces published by users. The business model, which worked well in the UK, didn't work in Brazil.
Decommissioned as java.net died, and a centralized hub similar to CPAN does not seem to have good support from community. The idea was to create something similar to CPANTesters. Users will be able to upload test results using a Maven Plug-in. The plug-in collects the environment settings and the test results. This way, developers using the libraries are able to tell if the time zone, locale, or platform are supported or not before deploying code with the library.
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