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Advantages of Git over SVN and perforce

What are the advantage of GIT over Subversion and perforce? Code development has its negative and positive sides, but anything that brings more relief and gains time in a project is the developer’s best friend. CVS was for a long time the best solution for version control, adopted by all programmers in major projects. While

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A Comparison of Nagios, Zenoss and Zabbix

Source – OpenSource Feature Nagios Zenoss Zabbix Basic features (CPU, disk, memory) YES YES YES Auto discovery Partial YES Partial License Free Free Free Inventory Support No Free Free Plug in support Free Free Free Web Dashboard Good Excellent Excellent Windows Monitering Partial YES YES SNMP Trapping Partial YES YES Syslog Monitering Partial YES YES Trend

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Difference between Maven 1 and Maven 2

What is Maven 2? Maven 2.0 is a complete rewrite of the ‘original’ Maven application (‘Maven 1’). As such, it is very different from Maven 1, and not backwards-compatible (eg, it cannot execute Maven 1 plugins). However, Maven 2.0 is the latest stable release of the Maven application, and new users are generally encouraged to

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Sonar Vs Squale

Based on feedback of Fabricefrom Squale, Please find a difference between Sonar and Squale In a nutshell, we could say that Sonar is good at gathering code metrics and displaying them in various visualisations, mainly targeting technical people, while Squale is good at aggregating those metrics into high level factors to address top-level managers. In

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ANTHILLPRO COMPARISON WITH ATLASSIAN BAMBOO

ANTHILLPRO COMPARISON WITH ATLASSIAN BAMBOO AnthillPro Vs Bamboo OR Difference between AnthillPro and Bamboo OR Last month i was discussing with Eric Minick from Anthillpro on Why Build Engineer should be go for AnthillPro instead of Bamboo and i found some interesting inputs which i am sharing below; Introduction Bamboo is a respectable team level continuous

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Compare between RSM and Sonar

Metrics Tools Category Metric Comment RSM Sonar Function Metrics LOC Lines of Code Per Function, All Functions Yes Yes eLOC (Effective LOC) Per Function, All Functions Yes Yes lLOC (Logical Statements LOC) Per Function, All Functions Yes No FP Function Points Derived from LOC metrics Per Function, All Functions Yes No Comments Lines Per Function,

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Maven Vs Ant | Maven or Ant which is better ?

Maven Vs Ant

Comparison Between UCC, CLOC, POWERSOFTWARE,EZ-Metrics and Metrixware

Unified CodeCount (UCC) CLOC POWERSOFTWARE EZ-Metrics Metrixware Languages C/C++, C#, Java, SQL, Ada, Perl, ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, CSS, HTML, JavaScript, VB, and VbScript YES – All ADA, Assembly, ASP, C#, C/C++, CSS, Fortran, IDL, HTML, Java, JavaScript, JSP, Perl, PHP, PL/SQL, PowerBuilder, Python, Ruby, ShellScript, Textfiles, VB6 / VB.NET / VBScript, VHDL, Windows Batch and

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SLOC Tools Comparison | SLOC Tools Differences | SLOC Tools Comparison Table

Tool Open Source – Commercial URL CAST Commercial www.castsoftware.com Sonar Open Source www.sonarsource.org SLOC Open Source -> Commercial http://www.dwheeler.com/sloccount/ RSM Commercial www.msquaredtechnologies.com LocMetrics Commercial www.locmetrics.com EZ-Metrics Commercial http://www.jamesheiresconsulting.com/Products.htm Metrixware Commercial www.metrixware.com Parasoft (Jtest) Commercial www.parasoft.com/ Squale Open Source www.squale.org/ KODERS Commercial www.koders.com PRACTILINE www.practiline.com POWERSOFTWARE Commercial http://www.powersoftware.com/ CLOC Open Source http://cloc.sourceforge.net/ Unified CodeCount (UCC) Open

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Anthillpro Comparison with Atlassian Bamboo – Continuous Integration Tools Review

ANTHILLPRO COMPARISON WITH ATLASSIAN BAMBOO AnthillPro Vs Bamboo OR Difference between AnthillPro and Bamboo OR Last month i was discussing with Eric Minick from Anthillpro on Why Build Engineer should be go for AnthillPro instead of Bamboo and i found some interesting inputs which i am sharing below; Introduction Bamboo is a respectable team level

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