Are you sold on ReSharper 8?
Calling ReSharper users! We are running a survey to learn more about your upgrade patterns and more specifically, your motivations for upgrading to ReSharper 8 or skipping this major release altogether.
You will have an opportunity to win one of ten $50 Amazon.com certificates, OR one of ten free personal licenses, OR one of ten personal license upgrades for ReSharper.
The survey will take 7-10 minutes to complete and will run November 1, 2013, through November 25, 2013. Winners will be announced December 10, 2013.
Your opinion is very important to us and we thank you in advance for taking part in our study. We ask that you complete the survey in one sitting.
To begin now, please continue to our ReSharper Users’ Upgrade Patterns Survey.
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