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Atom is a text editor and source code editor developed by GitHub, with support for plug-ins written in Node.js, and embedded Git Control. It is built with web technologies like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, specifically CoffeeScript and Less. It is based on Electron framework that enables cross-platform desktop applications using Chromium and Node.js. Atom has installable packages that add extra functionality to it. An example is Teletype, which allows collaborating on code right from the editor.

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Godot is a game engine which was initially developed for several companies in Latin America before its public release. The development environment runs on Windows, macOS, Linux, BSD and Haiku (both 32 and 64-bit) and can create games targeting PC, mobile and web platforms. The architecture is built around a concept of a tree of nested “scenes”. All game resources, from scripts to graphical assets, are saved as part of the computer’s file system (rather than in a database).

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PuTTY is a free and open-source terminal emulator, serial console and network file transfer application. It is an implementation of SSH and Telnet for Windows and Unix platforms, along with an xterm terminal emulator. Documentation I Mailing lists I FAQ

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The Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit—previously known as CNTK—is an open-source toolkit for commercial-grade distributed deep learning. It describes neural networks as a series of computational steps via a directed graph. The Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit enables to leverage the information within massive data-sets through deep learning by providing scaling, speed, and accuracy with commercial-grade quality and compatibility with the programming languages and algorithms already in use. News I Documentation I FAQ I Blog

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WebTorrent is a peer-to-peer (P2P) streaming torrent client written in JavaScript by Feross Aboukhadijeh. WebTorrent uses the same protocol as BitTorrent but uses a different transport. WebTorrent primarily relies on WebRTC connections, while BitTorrent uses TCP connections and UDP datagrams directly. It also has a purely web-based interface at instant.io . Dev Documentation I FAQ I IRC

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