Come One Come All, ReSharper 3.0 Is Here!

Mikhail Kropotov

ReSharper 3.0 is finally out and it’s better than ever. C#, VB.NET, XML, XAML or ASP.NET – we got it all for you right here!

You simply owe it to yourself to test-drive this baby and learn a whole new way to code in Visual Studio!

Get the dirty low-down on ReSharper 3.0 at New Features or use one of the links below:

Grab a free 30-day evaluation of ReSharper at
And as always, develop with pleasure!
-Team JetBrains

P.S. And please don’t forget: if you bought ReSharper on or after April 15, 2007, you qualify for a free upgrade to v3.0!

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4 Responses to Come One Come All, ReSharper 3.0 Is Here!

  1. Thom says:

    June 24, 2007

    I am very disappointed that the licence I purchased in January is now effectively useless and will be charged as much as I paid in the first place if I want the latest features and support. Given the terrible state of early 2.5 builds and the time I spent submitting bug reports that went towards the much more stable 2.5.3 I feel let down and angry. Time to evaluate CodeRush methinks…

  2. Obfuscator says:

    July 2, 2007

    Dear Thom,
    We’re sorry to hear about your disappointment about version 2.5. We’ve introduced a number of productivity-enhancing tools and overall improvements in version 3.0 that many users think are worth using. The feedback has been very positive so far–and the cost of upgrading to ReSharper 3.0 (to any edition) is noticeably lower than the cost of the previous ReSharper version.
    We hope you’ll give ReSharper 3.0 a try and discover its added value.
    Best regards,
    – Team JetBrains

  3. Thom says:

    September 25, 2007

    Hi Team JetBrains,

    I paid $99 for a personal license, upgrade is $89. As far as I’m concerned (and I did try 3.0 for a month) it’s just not worth paying again when I have no guarantee that my investment won’t be made worthless again in 6 months when you release version 4. Sorry but I’d rather pay slightly more for a product that guarantees me feature upgrades. Especially as you’re cagey about your roadmap for new versions.


    PS Your blog software loses your post if you get the CAPTCHA wrong so now I’m even more irritated after typing this for a second time!

  4. Obfuscator says:

    September 26, 2007

    Hi Thom,
    Have you made this point before or am I seeing things?
    Best regards,


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