Menlo Park, California – (The Hosting News) – August 10, 2007 – Search engine for developers, Krugle has been named to the SD Times 100, for its demonstrated leadership in software tools and environments, alongside industry peers such as Eclipse Foundation, IBM, Microsoft and Sun Microsystems.
David Rubinstein, Editor-in-Chief of SD Times remarked, ”The winners of this year’s SD Times 100 awards have demonstrated their leadership in shaping the software development industry. We took into account each nominee’s products and services, its reputation among development managers, and the new ideas it brought out. These select individuals and organizations are the ones we’ve identified as helping to move the art of development forward.”
The judging committee for the SD Times 100 commended Krugle for its solutions that let developers go far beyond “outsourcing coding tasks [that] typically results in files full of copy-and-paste check-ins.
Steve Larsen, CEO and Co-founder of Krugle added, ”Krugle is honored to be recognized with this award. Increasingly, good programming means being able to more efficiently assemble and integrate code, something we pioneered with the concept of search driven development. Our goal is to help developers find code, fix problems, and learn new things.”
BZ Media LLC is a New York-based media company combining print and Internet publishing with industry technical conferences and expositions. BZ Media’s SD Times is the twice-monthly newspaper of record for the software development industry. SD Times reaches more than 60,000 subscribers in 131 countries.
Krugle, Inc., a code search solution application for developers, was founded in 2005 around the idea of contextual search. Krugle’s code search engine was developed to make it easy for developers to find the code they need plus the related technical and licensing information to evaluate and use that code. Krugle lets developers save search information, share it, and get comments and feedback on code. This essential development process of searching, evaluating and communicating are directly aimed at developers’ needs. Krugle crawls, parses and indexes code found in more than 500 different public repositories, as well as approved private repositories, forums, blogs, and web pages. Results start with a single source file and also its relationship to any another files, to understand its use and dependencies. This ability to interactively browse and explore code in a meaningful context provides more accurate results and reduces the time required to make good code decisions. Krugle is headquartered in Menlo Park, Calif.
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