List your Top 5 favourite Programming tools/software

Discussion in 'Programming' started by bosky101, Jul 27, 2005.

  1. Dark_Knight

    Dark_Knight Active Member
    Adept

    vim or gvim with cscope/ctags :D
     
  2. harry_cheese

    harry_cheese New Member
    Disciple

    Eclipse FTW!!
    I use it for everything from Java, JSP , HTML , CSS ....... :hap2:
     
  3. sickizblank

    sickizblank New Member
    Disciple

    Visual Studio

    Oracle 9

    Adobe Photoshop

    Adobe Illustrator

    Notepad (Very useful)
     
  4. arnuld

    arnuld Member
    Disciple

    Arch Linux, Emacs, gcc, rxvt-unicode, bash and clisp
     
  5. madhu007

    madhu007 New Member
    Recruit

    Notepad++, winscp, netbeans, VI & terminal(shell, etc).
     
  6. sumant30

    sumant30 New Member
    Disciple

    1> VS 2005 2> Eclipse 3> Turbo C++ 4> Coffee Cup HTML Editor
     
  7. bennysachdev

    bennysachdev Active Member
    Adept

    Visual Studio 2008 SP1
    MS SQL Server 2008
    Adobe Photoshop CS4
    FireBug for FireFox
    IE Developer toolbar
     
  8. crossbow

    crossbow Mond Mond Ja Ja
    Adept

    TextPad - my fav for java, html, js, ajax, C++ editing

    VC++ 2008 Express edition - free

    VS 2005

    dreamweaver CS3 - one of the most enhanced and advanced tools for web page development
     
  9. Malique

    Malique Active Member
    Adept

    Eclipse for java and Edit plus for everything else
     
  10. raksrules

    raksrules Well-Known Member
    Elite

    Textpad - for PL/SQL
    Toad - Version 7.6 Only. I don't like later versions.
    Vmerge - for file comparisons
    Notepad++ for PLSQL/Unix/XML
     
  11. blufox

    blufox Well-Known Member
    Adept

    emacs

    vim

    mutt

    GNU screen

    llvm
     
  12. ~-tRiX-~

    ~-tRiX-~ New Member
    Disciple

    Xcode

    Photoshop

    Text editor
     
  13. ralbhat

    ralbhat New Member
    Disciple

    well personally notepaddoes the job for a lot of languages : HTML, cpp, even python. Induvidually I like TurboC for cpp and python ; auto indenting comes in handy.
    Emacs and vi when working on linux..
     
  14. devpaul81

    devpaul81 New Member
    Disciple

    VS studio IDE
    Netscape Navigator

    ..............
    :)
     
  15. coolpcguy

    coolpcguy Member
    Disciple

    Notepad++
    Allround Automations' PL/SQL Developer
    svn + Tortise Subversion client + Tortise Subversion plugin for PL/SQL developer
    Oracle's SQL Developer ( snippets feature is extremely handy) for debugging
    & ofcourse, SQL*Plus for adhoc query/reporting
     
  16. qsahmed

    qsahmed Active Member
    Disciple

    MySQL

    Dreamweaver CS3

    Flash Professional

    Turbo C++

    Text Editor
     
  17. Scorpy

    Scorpy Active Member
    Adept

    Guys I see such alien names over here and it scares me . I would like to start coding/web designing also I aim to be a game designer . So I want to know what all softwares to use ?

    I mean for not for graphics but on the coding part .

    Right now I've thought of

    C C++ C#

    Dreamweaver cos I heard its used to make websites ?

    Python

    xHTML

    PHP <-- I don't even know what it means and what it does . I just read somewhere its used .

    And a few more I read . Now I do plan to master these currently I know Java and C++ basics . But my Sem1 book sucks . Its Computer Programming by Balguruswami and it sucks really really bad man . So please could someone tell me which book to read to start with C and C++ ?
     
  18. Ryunosuke

    Ryunosuke New Member
    Adept

    Netbeans 6.7.1

    Visual Studio 2008

    Notepad 2.0

    MS Expression Suite
     
  19. karmyster

    karmyster Member
    Disciple

    Visual Studio 2008
    SQL Server 2008
    Firefox + firebug
    IE 7 + developer toolbar
    Notepad++
     
  20. romavina

    romavina New Member
    Disciple

    Firebug

    notepad++

    dreamweaver

    photoshop
     

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