TDOG is a lightweight, portable, and open source C++ xUnit Testing Framework.
ADXM is a lightweight, general purpose and reusable, makefile targeting GNU make-gcc on LINUX, and mingw-gcc on Windows.
DreamCalc is not just a free Windows calculator replacement, it's a comprensive math package that emulates a calculator so realistically, you can dispense with your hand-held altogether!
DreamCalc is widely used in teaching. It is licensed by Connections Education™, an accredited provider of high-quality virtual education solutions for students and part of the global learning company Pearson.
Hardwipe is the free data sanitization toolset used by activists, journalists, IT technicians and anyone needing to ensure that discarded, but sensitive, information can never be recovered by someone else.
The Hardwipe Portable Edition provides a USB runnable alternative which can easily be combined with Windows PE to create a modern boot and nuke data sanitization solution with a graphical user interface.
MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - March 15, 2016 - Micro-indie software company with an unusual name, Big Angry Dog Ltd, announces the two new open source releases.
TDOG is a lightweight, portable C++ xunit testing framework written by Andy Thomas, the founder of Big Angry Dog Ltd. It is now available under the Apache 2.0 license, and can found at BigAngryDog.com and GitHub.
ADXM is a lightweight, general purpose and reusable, makefile targeting GNU make-gcc on LINUX, and mingw-gcc on Windows. It also can found at BigAngryDog.com and GitHub.
About Big Angry Dog
Big Angry Dog Ltd is an independent software vendor. Its products include DreamCalc, the leading scientific calculator for Windows, and Hardwipe, a data sanitization security tool used by social justice activists and journalists.