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If you're taking Latin at the University of Texas at Austin (or using Wheelock's Latin at another university), then this program is a must-have for you. Learning a different language is hard enough as it is, and when you're stuck constantly drilling the material to yourself with just a thick book as your best friend it gets rough. Amore Latinae supplements your studies by randomly quizzing you on conjugations of verbs and declensions of nouns/adjectives, drilling you with vocab, providing a smart dictionary, showing last-minute reviews for the chapters, and more. This program is still in beta because the dictionary still can't search for English words and the blasters will soon have more questions to ask you. I strongly encourage you to send me any bugs, typos, or suggestions you have (epinto at mail dot utexas dot edu).
Proudly developed with the cross-platform wxWidgets C++ libraries.

Price: Free
Requrements: Windows 98/2000/ME/XP and 6MB of disk space
Version: Beta 1, initially released 1/22/2006
Status: I've halted development on this because I don't have a Mac and the Classics Department at UT doesn't have much use for Windows software. If anyone would like to continue working on it, contact me.
Last update: 1/22/2006


Don't like looking at calculators? Want to figure out your grade anyway though? Then GradeCalc is just the program for you! Just enter in your grades in the class and their respective weights, and you can find out your final average instantly. If you're nearing the end of the semester and want to see how high you have to shoot on your final paper for that A you've been dreaming about, then just enter in your other grades and it'll magically tell you what you need to make! (Note: the background is just Jessica Alba fully clothed, not porn as someone had guess, I just blurred it to bring the program into focus) Proudly developed with the cross-platform wxWidgets C++ libraries.

Price: Free for the poor college student inside of you
Requrements: Windows 98/2000/ME/XP and 3MB of disk space
Version: 1.0, released 12/23/2005

Elton Pinto,
May 29, 2008, 2:53 PM
Elton Pinto,
May 29, 2008, 2:54 PM