Special Thanks to All JetBrains .NET and VS Tools 2020.2 EAP Participants
As you may know, our .NET and Visual Studio tools got a massive 2020.2 update just a few weeks ago – the ReSharper .NET tools, ReSharper C++ and Rider blogs have more details. Now our sights are set on the 2020.3 release due out at the end of this year. But before we get back to work on that, we have one more important thing to say.
We are deeply grateful to all participants of our 2020.2 Early Access Program. You helped us identify countless issues, usability glitches, and missing features. Thank you so much!
We’d like to share our special thanks with these fine folks who have been the most active, and present them a complimentary 1-year dotUltimate subscription. (Your YouTrack username is listed if we do not know your full name):
- ReSharper .NET Tools EAP:
- Lucas Trzesniewski
- NN __
- R H (Robert Heuvel)
- Kirill Rakhman
- ReSharper C++ EAP:
- 润聪 李
- Ruslan Khamidullin
- Rider EAP:
- Christian Andersen
- Marcel Wiessler
- darth pixel
- Oliver Ehrenmüller
We’ll email each of you in the next few days with a coupon code that can be redeemed to get a new subscription or extend your existing one. If you’d like to pass that code to a friend or colleague, that’s OK, too. Thanks again!
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