This is not a kind of post that you’d recommend as a source of insight but it’s important nevertheless as we’d like to say a random thank you to all the people who have recently pushed ReSharper to the masses by sharing their positive experience in their posts – this, in particular, applies to:
Ben Hall for a prompt independent review of earliest R# 4.0 nightly builds
Matthew Cochran, who reviews code cohesion practices and recommends ReSharper for its set of refactorings
Casey Charlton for pointing out how responsive R# team members can be at times
As well as all of you who announced the advent of the life-giving R# 4.0:
Alex de Groot
Jan Van Ryswyck
and many others!
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