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Google Opens Developer Network
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/18/2005 08:49:00 AM.

Google launched a developers' site, offering up code to the open source community.
Following the familiar developers' network model, the opener for Google Code includes software source code developers are invited to use, as well a directory of Google APIs (define) and an online forum for discussion and peer support.
Code for four debugging or optimization tools is available: CoreDumper, for creating core dumps of a running program without terminating it; Sparse Hashtable contains hash-map (define) implementations; Goopy/Functional, is a library for Python, the open-source object-oriented programming language; and Perftools can be used to make C++ applications more robust.


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