MENLO PARK, Calif., Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Krugle, Inc., the code search company, today announced that Matt Graney, vice president of product management, will lead a presentation on code reuse at LinuxWorld in San Francisco on August 5, 2008.
MENLO PARK, Calif., Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ — Krugle, Inc., the code search company, today announced that Matt Graney, vice president of product management, will lead a presentation on code reuse at LinuxWorld in San Francisco on August 5, 2008.
The session, entitled "Code Scavenging: How to Find and Reuse Tasty Bite-Sized Chunks of Code," will be a part of the "Quick and Dirty Development" conference track chaired by LinuxWorld editor and open source luminary Don Marti. The session will explore how to leverage code search in order to more efficiently "borrow" code snippets while coding under deadline.
"Krugle's search-based solutions have expanded beyond code reuse — we're a platform that gives developers and enterprises full visibility across all their code repositories," said Graney. "But, when you're stuck between a developmental rock and hard place, Krugle's code reuse capabilities are second to none."
Krugle will also be highlighting other search-based solutions by giving away a free subscription to Krugle Enterprise. The latest version of the search appliance, Krugle Enterprise 2.3, increases the cost-effectiveness of code maintenance by leveraging similar changes and fixes across projects and versions.
"The search appliance and subscription we're giving away would cost enterprises $25,000 and up," added Graney. "But if you look at the amount of time software teams normally spend on code maintenance, this appliance is worth anywhere between $200k and $2 million in savings for each million lines of code annually."
Krugle Enterprise 2.3 represents the first in a series of updates to the search appliance that will directly target deployment solutions and expand the utility of code search in software development.
What: LinuxWorld Conference and Expo, "Code Scavenging: How to Find and Reuse Tasty Bite-Sized Chunks of Code." Who: Chair: Don Marti, senior editor, LinuxWorld Presenter: Matt Graney, vice president of product management, Krugle When: Tuesday, August 5, 2008 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Please check website for the most up-to-date schedule and agenda. Where: Moscone Center North 800 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94103 URL: http://www.linuxworld.com/events/
Krugle helps software development organizations unlock and profit from the insight and intellectual property contained in source code and related information.
The Krugle Enterprise Appliance creates a unified, searchable, organization-wide view of all code and supporting information. For the first time, software development organizations can manage, track and leverage development across the enterprise — and realize significant cost and quality benefits without changing their existing development practices.
Krugle provides code search solutions for F1000 companies and developer networks including IBM Developer Works, CollabNet, SourceForge.net, and Yahoo! Developer Network. In addition, Krugle hosts a free code search service, with over 2 billion lines of open source code from over 500 code repositories.
Krugle is headquartered in Menlo Park, Calif. For more information, visit http://www.krugle.com.
SOURCE Krugle, Inc.