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Submission + - Getting a grip on Google code

netbuzz writes: "Niall Kennedy reports on his blog that Guido van Rossum, author of the Python programming language, has begun showing off his first project since joining Google last year.

"Mondrian is a Web-based code-review system built on top of a Perforce and BigTable backend with a Python-powered front-end," Kennedy writes. "Mondrian is a pretty impressive system and is currently in use across Google."

Kennedy's description of Google's current code-review system sure makes it sound like it was in need of an upgrade.

"The Mondrian tool creates a much better workflow by creating task-specific dashboards, in-line commenting, well-tracked statistics, and more," he writes. "The application is built on top of Python open source libraries such as the Django framework, mail service, and the wsgiref Web server software." google-mondrian.html"

A computer without COBOL and Fortran is like a piece of chocolate cake without ketchup and mustard.