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Old 04-06-2015, 04:38 AM   #1
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Beta invitation: Linux Build Framework from IncrediBuild

Hey ,My name is Uria. I'm a math student at Tel Aviv University and I also work for IncrediBuild which is a tool used to speed-up computational processes such as software builds, QA tests, automated unit tests, compilations, and any other multi-process.

I wanted to let you know that we're launching an open beta version for IncrediBuild for Linux, and we are looking for developers who wish to help us test it. Full disclosure: IncrediBuild is a commercial product with a free version.

If you are interested in joining the beta, sign up here and we will be in touch:

How does it work?
IncrediBuild accelerates compute intensive applications by transforming a network of PCs and servers into a private computing cloud and allowing utilization of unused computing power on PCs and servers to create a heavy-duty compute farm. The accelerated software processing can cut wait time from hours to minutes. Learn more at:

What is it good for?
Compilations – IncrediBuilds excels in speeding up compilations of long code bases. You can save time spent on compiling your own source code, or any other open source code you use in your work such as the Linux kernel, Qt, Chromium, Firefox and much more.
Accelerate build tools like Make, JAM, Scons, WAF, and Ninja without changing the source code.
Accelerate development tools such as testing executions, packaging, QA scripts, rendering tools, and more.
Build visualization – IncrediBuild lets you see the build process and visually analyze your build instead of spending time tediously examining logs.

Who is it good for?
Anyone with slow builds
For home users and individual developers, IncrediBuild has a free version that accelerates builds on their local machine up to eight cores.
IncrediBuild for Linux runs on CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Ubuntu. For the full list of requirements or to sign up for the beta: At this stage not every applicant will be accepted.


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