Monday, 20 September 2010

Want a Free Red Gate Tool to Support Your Open-Source .NET Project?

Earlier in the year, I helped Red Gate software out with some customer focus group stuff, and in return they’ve offered me a free license to any single Red Gate software tool

Since I’m already a happily-licensed user of Red Gate’s SQL Toolbelt and most of their .NET tools, I thought I’d pass this generous gesture on to the .NET community, so here’s the deal.

If you maintain an open-source .NET project, and you’d like a free license for any single Red Gate tool, drop me a short e-mail, tell me about your project, tell me which tool you’d like, and why it would be useful.

imageThere is a single license up for grabs, for any of the tools listed on Red Gate’s products page at http://www.red-gate.com/products/index.htm

I’m not looking for ten-page essays – if your project is well-known, just tell me which tool you’d like and how it will help. E-mail your entry to dylan@dylanbeattie.net – please put “Red Gate Giveaway” in the subject line so they don’t end up in the spam folder, and remember to include your full name & e-mail so I can let you know if you’ve won. I’ll accept entries until this Friday, October 1st, at 10:00am (GMT), after which I’ll pick a winner and send their details across to Red Gate.

Wheaton’s Law applies; my decision is final, no correspondence will be entered into, etc, etc. Good luck!

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