Announcing ReSharper Upgrade Survey Prize Winners
In November, we conducted a survey for our ReSharper users. We wanted to learn more about your upgrade patterns and your motivations for upgrading to ReSharper 8 or skipping this major release. We appreciate the time that many of you took to complete our survey and having shared your opinions with us.
As promised we are now ready to announce the lucky winners of some great prizes! Our 30 winners were chosen at random from the complete list of participants who completed the survey and choose in advance the prize category they were interested in.
Without further delay here are the winners:
10 Winners of the $50 Amazon.com Certificates:
- Soulman, Radek, Brad, Casey, Brian Maula, Steve, Rhys Corke, Mason Ryles, Tim, Brad
10 Winners of Free ReSharper Personal License Upgrades:
- James Carroll, Athu, Soenke, Thiago Bessa, Mujtahid, ANUJ, Benjamin, Andy, Tommy, Mads
10 Winners of a Free ReSharper Personal License:
- Adam, Denny, Del, MRink, Jennifer, Hilmarv, orzech, Michael, Jason, Bergsten
If your name is on the list, please check your inbox your prize should already be there.
Thanks again for taking part in our survey and helping us to better serve you.
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