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New Developer Tools - 17/Mar/2005
If you head on over to the projects page, you'll find links to a number of projects over on SourceForge.net. They are:

perftools: Libraries and tools that help you tune and debug your multi-threaded c++ programs.
coredumper: Gives you the ability to dump cores from programs when it was previously not possible.
sparsehashtable: An assortment of interesting new hash tables for C++ developers.
goopy/functional: This library brings functional language attributes to python.

Each has a Google group that you can participate in and we hope you find them as useful as we do!

Featured Projects - 17/Mar/2005
One thing we really wanted to put up on Google Code was a way of bringing recognition to those people and groups who have created programs that use our APIs or the code we have released. If you have one that you'd like to nominate, let us know via code@google.com.We're going to feature a new one every week or so and we'll send a fabulous, always fashionable, t-shirt to the maintainers as a small way of saying thank you! You can subscribe to the featured application feed in your favorite aggregator as well, in case you want to see what kinds of new software is being written.


Welcome to Google Code - 17/Mar/2005
Welcome to Code.Google.com! I'd like to welcome everyone to the site! Look around, and please join our discussion groups. If you like and are using a feed aggregator, we have two feeds that you can subscribe to. The updates feed (containing this post), and the featured program feed, in which we pick a great app that uses some Google tool or api.

If you have an application that you'd like to see featured, please feel free to email code@google.com

Chris DiBona Open Source Program Manager

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PyGoogle
Our first featured project is PyGoogle, a Python module wrapper for the Google Web APIs. PyGoogle was originally developed by Mark Pilgrim, author of the fantastic Dive into Python. Currently developed and maintained by Brian Landers, it allows Python developers to easily integrate the Google APIs into their programs.

Is there a project that you think we should feature? Email code@google.com. Thanks!

Open Source Projects  
Core Dumper
A neat tool for creating GDB readable core dumps from multi-threaded applications.

Sparse Hashtable

Hashtables that use memory the way you want them to.

Perftools

Try out Google's threading/STL friendly fast malloc, heap-checker/profiler and our CPU profilers.
more projects »

APIs  
Web Search API
Search Google via our SOAP API.

AdWords API

Google's AdWords API service lets developers engineer computer programs that interact directly with the AdWords server.

Desktop Search API

The Google Desktop Search SDK allows software developers to integrate GDS into their own applications and add new file formats for GDS to index.  
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