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Code.gov

Code.gov

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Code.gov

    I just wanted to make a shout out to Code.gov and the work they do. If one isn’t sure of who or what they are they are the US government’s team working to opensource the code used by the government’s agencies. This post comes on the heals of an email I received from their mailing list which reminded me of their transition to open source their code. I can’t think of any better way to express democracy than through opening up a sizable chunk of ones code base.

Here are 5 projects to keep an eye on


5 — Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Owning a Home Project

    Hey, getting a home isn’t always easy but it can be with these tools provided by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and its Owning a Home project. Everything is looked at from loan options, terminology, and costs.

Link: https://github.com/cfpb/owning-a-home

4 — National Archives and Records Administration’s File Analyzer Project

    So, this project came to my attention because I am programming a CSV file viewer. I’m considering other functions for my application and this file analyzer just might be the thing to give it a cool boost. It says that each file test generates a table of results and that is useful given my CSV viewer dumps a csv file into a GUI table view.

Link: https://github.com/usnationalarchives/File-Analyzer

3 — Department of Agriculture’s RIBD Project

    Ahh leisure…. Who doesn’t want to enjoy time off at beautiful federal lands, historic sites, museums, and/or other attractions?
According to their site, the “Recreation Information Database (RIDB) provides data resources to citizens, offering a single point of access to information about recreational opportunities nationwide.”

Link: https://usda.github.io/RIDB/

2 — NSA’s Unfetter Project

    When not spying on us and the world, the NSA is helping us secure our data by giving tools that analyze gaps in our security posture.

Link: https://iadgov.github.io/unfetter/

1 — NASA’s 3D Resources

    I am a big fan of space and even bigger fan of making beautiful Blender renders. NASA’s 3D model collection is huge and gives great assets to space fans and art lovers alike to play with.

Link: https://github.com/nasa/NASA-3D-Resources

ITDominator’s Github Projects

ITDominator’s Github Projects

Github:
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    This is my Github account. I have accumulated a good number of programs and repositories over the years. Though, much of it has now been setup in an archive repository since I no longer support the code. The ones not in the archive are my active projects and represent my current skill level barring proper try/catch handling which I am too lazy to implement at this time. Otherwise, they are my projects to improve my coding skills.

    PS – Yes, not all (probably most) properly meet OOP standards. This is a personal choice since I don’t want to create a number of files just to have code split up properly. One controller file suits my needs just fine at this time. Though, one or two will eventually get refactored and setup to meet OOP standards.

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ITDominator’s Youtube Channel

ITDominator’s Youtube Channel

Youtube Channel:

    Linked is my Youtube Channel. At the inception of this post and following my need to switch accounts in order to unify my brand, I am pretty much back to zero subscribers. Starting new yet with more knowledge is invigorating and terrifying all at the same time. I hope you dear follower will find something useful or amusing from my humble collection of videos. I cover a lot but like to focus on C, C++, Java, JavaFX, Bash, Python, Blender, Gaming, and a whole lot of other topics.

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