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Interview: John De Goes Introduces a Newly Free Source Code Editor

Jun 10, 2008, 20:15 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Firstly, for for those who don't know, what is UNA in the first place?

"UNA Collaborative Edition is a real-time collaborative development environment for software engineers. It lets two or more developers edit the same code, at the same time. It's similar to pair programming, but better because both developers can contribute productively, whether they're located across the hall from each other or on different continents. It includes other features like chat, a whiteboard, persistent notes, team tools and team queries, and other features to enable developers to work together in real-time.

"As a development environment, both Collaborative and Personal editions of UNA support most of the features that developers have become accustomed to, such as syntax highlighting, source snippets, regular expression search and replace, external tool integration, auto-complete, structure and object hierarchy views, and lots more..."

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