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What sort of applications are you developing?

1 Jan 2018 to 8 Jan 2018 I'm assuming you're all not busily writing the next Flappy Bird. At least I hope...

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(3) AAAAAAAA
(2) Engineering
(2) Process control
(1) REST and SOAP middleware
(1) Robot and machine programs for the industrial sector... super fun!
(1) Robotics
(1) SCADA / HMI
(1) Science application
(1) scientific analysis on desktop
(1) scientific researcher tool set
(1) Sensor data acquisition and processing
(1) snap-in atl
(1) Test Stands for Rockets
(1) useless ones
(1) Utilities
(1) VR and AR applications
(1) web extension
(1) Windows applications
(1) zVaP
(1) Engineering applications
(1) Engineering.
(1) Framework
(1) Framework for discrete simulation
(1) General utilities for home use
(1) Graphics
(1) HMI, Machine Visualisation
(1) Hospital Management System
(1) Industrial applications
(1) Industrial Automation
(1) instrument with telemetry measures and calculus
(1) ios
(1) IoT Network: syslog servers, screen scrapers, etc
(1) java application
(1) LIMS
(1) lottery
(1) Machine interaction and operating, remote control.
(1) manufacturing
(1) Manufacturing test sequences
(1) manufacturing/lab equipment control
(1) Math/Modeling/Simulation PC applications
(1) Medical
(1) MES
(1) Music creation
(1) musical
(1) Network applications
(1) NEW CPU
(1) nothing
(1) PIM, Network Utilities
(1) Aircraft Simulation
(1) ATM
(1) Audio Processing
(1) Audio processing, measurememt & simulation
(1) Automation running inside a CAD/CAM system
(1) Backend Applications
(1) bitcoin
(1) blockchain
(1) Business internal
(1) buWl
(1) Car diagnosis
(1) client server
(1) Control and data collection for CNC machines/robots
(1) Control Systems
(1) Crypto mining software
(1) Data Acquisition
(1) Data science applications
(1) Database maintenance
(1) Desktop
(1) Desktop Application
(1) Desktop applications
(1) desktop audio production
(1) E-CAD system
(1) Either "tomorrow's applications today", or "yesterday's applications tomorrow". I'm not sure.