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Linq to SQL Profiler release is upcoming

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Following the tradition of choosing meaningful calendar dates (although the first few cases were accidentals) for my releases, the Linq to SQL Profiler will be released in a 1.0 version on the 14th February.

At that time, the beta discount will be discontinued, so hurry up and show Linq to SQL that you love it by buying the profiler.


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NC
NC

/convinced

Just a shame I don't use L2S often enough to justify that price :(

NC
NC

I know I'm only 1 person, but I would happily purchase it (actually more likely get NHProf) if there was a personal license.

I've still not worked anywhere in Australia which uses NHibernate or any ORM that isn't MS. So I just can't justify that price, especially $305 USD for NHProf, if it was like $150 for a personal license so I could use it at home for my personal projects and such. I would happily hand that over. But despite all I've read and see about your profiling tools It's just too expensive.

http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/buy/index.jsp

^ Personal license, commercial license, just makes sense to me.

Brad

Another aussie here, as with NC's comment, I would love to see a personal license.

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