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I'll give a 2-hour presentation of PostSharp for the user group SweNug in Stockholm, Sweden, on September 23th, 2008. Details here. I'll stay the whole week in Stockholm and have usually nothing to do in the evening, so if you always wanted to meet a real geek, don't hesitate to ping me! -gael

Four years after the project's initiation, I have been honored last Tuesday in Prague (Czech Republic), in PostSharp's home country, to announce the availability of the first stable release. This release can be download from our download section.

Although everyone knows that a software of this complexity is never completely bug-free, the last release candidate has been very stable and all fixes required only minor, local and safe modifications.

The 1.0 branch now becomes a legacy branch. It will further maintained as long as another branch does not reach a higher level of stability.

This version is therefore one you can rely on.

Happy PostSharping!

-gael

Alex Yakunin from x-tensive.com announced yesterday the release of DataObjects.NET 4.0, the first commercial product relying and distributing PostSharp. Cooperation with X-tensive.com started two years ago; they were the first commercial company that chose to rely on PostSharp for their flagship product. We have worked together to fix bugs and add features in these still early days. The project was difficult and ambitious, deadlines have been often postponed, and I am happy to see that the project finally went out! DataObjects.NET 4.0 is released under GPL and commercial licenses. Congratulations to all, and specially to Alex and Denis with whom I have been communicating a lot last year! Happy PostSharping! -gael