Many of my friends who visit my blog are coders, it seems only natural to bring you details here about the increasingly popular Krugle, a search engine specifically aimed at finding code. According to CTO Ken Krugler, developers can spend 25% or more of their time looking for lines of code that could already exist to carry out various functions. As Krugler says, why write code when it’s already written? Already boasting syndicated partnerships with SourceForge.net, Yahoo! Developer Network, and CollabNet, Krugle appears ready to take on Google as developers’ first stop to acquire lines of open-source code and related data. Beyond sporting a dead-simple interface, Krugle offers an enterprise version that’s now available in beta but expected to go live later this year.