Ke hoʻomau nei ʻo Google iā AMAZE iaʻu. Inā ʻaʻole wau ma Indiana a me Google ma Mountain View, ua noi wau no kahi kūlana hoʻomaʻemaʻe i kēia manawa. Ma nā laina o Nā 37signals, Loaʻa iā Google ka mākau no ka ʻike ʻana i ka pilikia, a laila e piʻi nei me ka hopena. Manawa. ʻAʻohe mea nani ... hana lākou i ka hana!
Google Codesearch allows you to search for code that's submitted out on the net. Since it's beta, I do have some constructive feedback for Google:
- Many programmers specialize… PHP, .NET, MSSQL, etc. I think the option to set your preferences for search and have the page maintain them through the user account or through a cookie would be fantastic. If they don't, I'll build my own (pretty simple to append the lang:php on there).
- He aha kāu e hana ai e pili ana i ka virii a i ʻole ka code e hōʻeha paha i nā kuleana kope. ʻO ka mea mua i ʻike ʻia e kekahi o koʻu mau hoaaloha mai ka ʻōpeʻapeʻa i hiki iā ʻoe ke ʻimi ma nā Key Generators, e laʻa me: Winzip. Pono lākou e ʻike he wahi kēia no nā mea hackers a me nā mea ʻaihue.
- Unfortunately, there's no way to post articles about writing code with code samples. I appreciate code out there, but even more important is explaining what it does and how it works. I'd like the opportunity to post my blog entries under specific keywords, perhaps an option for search articles as well.
This is simply constructive criticism… in no way does it devalue the importance of such a fantastic tool! I've already began utilizing it and have retrieved some promising results.