Sourcebank Introduces Search Engine for Developers Wednesday unveiled the search engine, which they are billing as “the most comprehensive search tool for developers on the Internet.”

Sourcebank has currently indexed over 5000 fully searchable and browsable developer-related resources.

The backend technology of spiders through the Internet looking for Assembler, C, C++, Java, Matlab, Perl and Visual Basic source code. Besides the source code, also indexes online articles from leading trade magazines and research papers. The search engine covers a wide variety of resources, providing software developers with a broad range of references they can utilize to help them with their work.

By using its proprietary technology, Sourcebank is able to automatically generate a description from the resources it finds. This enables the rapid expansion of data which can be found in the database and wide coverage of the Web.

The search services are free for users.

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