Wednesday, December 24, 2008


Linux General
Linux at Wikipedia (comprehensive introduction and gateway)
The Linux Documentation Project
Linux Online

Linux Distributions

Fedora and Red Hat

Linux at Rutgers

Linux for Engineeering and IT Applications (course offered each Spring by Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering)

Linux Software for Mathematical Finance

Eclipse (Integrated Development Environment for C, C++, Java, ...)
Emacs (GNU text editor)
Gcc (GNU C/C++ compiler)
Gsl (GNU Scientific Library)
KDevelop (Integrated Development Environment for C/C++)
Kile (Integrated Development Environment for LaTeX)
Octave (Open source equivalent to MATLAB)
Python (Programming language for numerical computing)
QuantLib (Open source library for financial engineering)