NuMega

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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 a Kernel mode debugger, now SoftICE, for DOS and the Windows NT family.[1]

In December 1997 the company was acquired by Compuware, when it became NuMega Labs of Compuware.[2] Less than a year after moving to Merrimack, the development lab was effectively shut down on 11 June 2007.[3] In June 2009, Compuware sold the former NuMega products, the intellectual property and the remaining staff to a UK-based firm named Micro Focus.[4]

Mark Russinovich, an IT professional, started his career at NuMega co-writing with Bryce Cogswell the software NTFSDOS, Filemon and RegMon.[1]

Notable products[edit]

  • SoftICE
  • DriverStudio
  • 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)

Notable employees[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Mark Russinovich on #64Podnutz (2:00/1:03:09)
  2. ^ "Compuware Corporation Announces It Has Completed The Acquisition Of NuMega Technologies, Inc". Compuware News. 1998-12-02. Archived from the original on December 2, 1998. Retrieved 2012-02-17. (Archived)
  3. ^ Announcement on Matt Pietrek's blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/matt_pietrek/archive/2007/06/11/r-i-p-numega-lab.aspx
  4. ^ "Acquisition of the Testing & ASQ Business of Compuware - Micro Focus". 2009-05-06. Archived from the original on 2013-03-10. Retrieved 2012-12-05.