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11/9/2016
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10 Free Tools Software Developers Should Know

Dev teams and software developers need tools to get their jobs done, and there are plenty of free options. Here are 10 to consider for your tool kit.
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10 Free Tools
What happened to Eclipse? It believe it is used very widely on Windows and MacOS.
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Microsoft Developer tool
Microsoft Developer tool is also best tool to bulid any software such ERP and CRM 
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