Monday, December 25, 2006

Krugle - Code Search for Developers

This is a nice site for code stealing

Read more at www.krugle.com/

3 comments:

cdman83 said...

- 1337 speak is not cool
- learn to write grammatically correctly (or at least install FireFox 2.0 which has an integrated spell checker).
- Is this mentality specific to you, your organization or your entire country? Do you have a different sense of morality over there which says that it is ok to steal as long as I get rich? Just wanted to know so that I can avoid having anything to do with such a group.

Shantanu said...

Hi cdman83,

-1337 speak is not cool
-- 1337 ??? Not an intutive number in our part of lingo. But if you are referring to the word STEAL. I still stand by the choice of word.

- learn to write grammatically correctly (or at least install FireFox 2.0 which has an integrated spell checker)
-- Thankyou.

- Is this mentality specific to you, your organization or your entire country? Do you have a different sense of morality over there which says that it is ok to steal as long as I get rich? Just wanted to know so that I can avoid having anything to do with such a group.

-- Inflammatory language, hasty unwanted conclusions .

My choice of word STEAL:
If you have an ability to look at the lighter side of things(I DONT), you would not have cared.

Ability to steal is an art in itself and not an easy one. This essentially means , we obviate the need to re-invent the wheel. Recently I got to know of a group of developers where the best stealer( term is exact), would be awarded big time.
WHY?
Look at the advantages

1) Reusabilty increased. Primary OO goal satisfied.
2) The used code is unintentionally tested
3) Belief systems on the parent code and the code resulting thereafter increases.

Would have really appreciated if such premature conclusions were absent. Anyway thanks for commenting.

raki said...

Im on the site & I dont see any code listed..

I also googled:
"site:http://www.krugle.com filetype:cpp"
"site:http://www.krugle.com filetype:java"

so dont understand what ur article means..