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NuMega Technologies (or NuMega) was a software company founded in 1987 by Frank Grossman and Jim Moskun in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA. The company developed Kernel mode debugger, now SoftICE, for DOS and the Windows NT family.
In December 1997 the company was acquired by Compuware, when it became NuMega Labs of Compuware. Less than a year after its move to Merrimack, the development lab was effectively shut down on 11 June 2007. In June 2009, Compuware sold the former NuMega products, the intellectual property and the remaining staff to a UK-based firm named Micro Focus.
- BoundsChecker (Automated runtime error detection)
- DevPartner Studio
- DevPartner Java Edition
- SmartCheck (Visual Basic Error Detection)
- TrueTime (Profiling)
- TrueCoverage (Code coverage)
- CodeReview (Source code based error detection)
- FailSafe (Improved Visual Basic error handling)
- DevPartner SecurityChecker
- DevPartner Fault Simulator
- CV/1 (Microsoft CodeView on a single monitor)
- Magic CV (Microsoft CodeView running in less RAM)
- Matt Pietrek
- John Robbins
- Mark Russinovich on #64Podnutz (2:00/1:03:09)
- "Compuware Corporation Announces It Has Completed The Acquisition Of NuMega Technologies, Inc.". Compuware News. 1998-12-02. Retrieved 2012-02-17. (Archived)
- Announcement on Matt Pietrek's blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/matt_pietrek/archive/2007/06/11/r-i-p-numega-lab.aspx
- "Acquisition of the Testing & ASQ Business of Compuware - Micro Focus". 2009-05-06. Retrieved 2012-12-05.
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