Project Zero is the experimental software development community in which new versions of WebSphere sMash are incubated.
Project Zero may refer to:
In July 2006 the gEasy Development Team took over the responsibility for the game due to issues with certain members of Project Zero.
Support Services His program, called "Project Zero," targets 7,000 recipients in six areas of the state, promising them whatever services they need to hold a job.
Unlike the Republican plan in Congress, Project Zero has no time limits: as long as a woman is willing to work, she can receive benefits.
The Michigan plan, which takes effect on April 1, is called Project Zero because its aim is to reduce unemployment to zero among welfare recipients.
As he concluded an interview in his office at Project Zero, he emphasized the value of a more humanistic view of intelligence.
At Harvard's Project Zero, nursery school children play games designed to hone certain social abilities.
"Our emphasis is on developing children's strengths," said Mara Krechesvsky, a psychologist at Project Zero.
Project Zero 2: Wii Edition was met with positive reviews.