In Pictures: Bossie Awards 2013 - The best open-source application development tools

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Jenkins You thought you had an excuse to skip out on continuous integration? Jenkins makes it easy. Written in Java, this open source continuous integration tool originally forked from Hudson and is now the more active sourcebase. It works well with source code management systems such as Subversion, CVS, and Git, and it can execute widely used build tools such as Ant or Maven.

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