Google Incorporates Code Search Results into Universal Search

In news that is likely to make my software-developer husband happy, Google has incorporated Code Search results into its main search results. Blended search results is often referred to as universal search, and in the past has included news, images, videos, etc.

Code Search, which launched in October 2005, competes with other vertical code search sites, such as Krugle. Krugle has a deal with IBM, a partnership with the Yahoo Developers Network, and indexes the Microsoft Codeplex.

via TechCrunch

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