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AJAXWorld Conference Sponsored by Developer Search Engine Leader Krugle

The Krugle Enterprise appliance indexes code and presents it in context of other software assets

SYS-CON Events announced today that Krugle joined AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 West as sponsor/exhibitor. The most significant rich internet applications and Web 2.0 event of the year will take place September 23-26, 2007, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, in Santa Clara, California.

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Krugle, the code search engine for developers, was founded in 2005 around the concept of search-driven development. The Krugle Enterprise appliance indexes code and presents it in context of other software assets that developers manage throughout the application development process. Krugle's context based search provides valuable insights to enterprise development resources that are information-rich but typically difficult to get to in a usable way.

Krugle offers a free public site targeted at individual developers looking to leverage the 2.1 billion lines of publicly available code in our index. Krugle crawls, parses and indexes code for over 37 different languages across over 600 public repositories, as well as blogs and wikis, and other technical content. For more information about Krugle, visit http://www.krugle.com.

The world’s leading Rich Internet Applications & Web 2.0 event is expected to attract more than 2,000 i-technology developers. AJAXWorld grew from a single track, one-day seminar, less than a year ago, into a four-day international conference & expo with more than 150 sessions delivered in ten simultaneous tracks, by more than 150 faculty members.

Track 01: Rich Internet Applications
Track 02: Web 2.0 Enterprise Mashups
Track 03: Enterprise AJAX Applications
Track 04: RIA Frameworks & Toolkits
Track 05: Security in RIA Applications
Track 06: Server-Side AJAX
Track 07: iPhone AJAX Applications
Track 08: Silverlight – Flex – Java FX
Track 09: Bleeding-Edge AJAX Applications
Track 10: Diamond Track

The conference now includes the world famous AJAXWorld University's AJAX Developer Bootcamp, OpenLaszlo Track and Adobe Flex 3 Developer Bootcamp. This year’s AJAXWorld Expo Floor is expected to display bleeding edge RIA technologies from more than 75 leading AJAX vendors.

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Ever since Google popularized a smarter, more responsive and interactive Web experience by using AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript + XML) for its Google Maps & Gmail applications, SYS-CON's RIA News Desk has been covering every aspect of Rich Internet Applications and those creating and deploying them. If you have breaking RIA news, please send it to [email protected] to share your product and company news coverage with AJAXWorld readers.

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Krugle News Desk 08/01/07 02:44:30 PM EDT

Krugle, the code search engine for developers, was founded in 2005 around the concept of search-driven development. The Krugle Enterprise appliance indexes code and presents it in context of other software assets that developers manage throughout the application development process. Krugle's context based search provides valuable insights to enterprise development resources that are information-rich but typically difficult to get to in a usable way. Krugle offers a free public site targeted at individual developers looking to leverage the 2.1 billion lines of publicly available code in our index. Krugle crawls, parses and indexes code for over 37 different languages across over 600 public repositories, as well as blogs and wikis, and other technical content. For more information about Krugle, visit http://www.krugle.com/

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