OpenMake Software Wins the 2010 Code Project Member’s Choice Award

Choosen in the Agile ALM category for the Second Consecutive YearPR  Code Project 2010

Chicago, IL–June 15, 2010– OpenMake Software, a leader in Continuous Delivery framework solutions, received the Code Project Member’s Choice Award in the Application Lifecycle Management category.  The Code Project Member’s Choice Award is determined based on the Code Project Community rating their favorite tools in specific categories.

"OpenMake Software would like to extend a thank you to the members of the Code Project community for giving us this Award.  We know that this community continually demands improved Continuous Delivery features and accelerated Builds with continuous deployment ", explains Tracy Ragan, COO of OpenMake Software.  "OpenMake Mojo meets the demands of the Code Project Community by providing a Continuous Integration Server that can be downloaded for free and implemented immediately.  Additionally, for extended automation, the Code Project community leverages the OpenMake Meister technology for accelerating and automating the compile process for multiple languages including Microsoft .NET and Java.”


This is the second year that OpenMake Software received this award.  OpenMake Mojo was recognized by the Code Project Community in 2009 in the Application Lifecycle Management category.



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