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Next week’s guest on the PostSharp Live Webinar is Alex Papadimoulis, founder of Inedo, makers of the DevOps platform - BuildMaster, and The Daily WTF, a fun website dedicated to building software the wrong way.

On Thursday, July 11th (09:00 PDT, 12:00 EDT, 16:00 GMT) Alex will speak about NuGet, the popular open-source library package manager for .NET, and show how it helps developers escape from "dependency hell" while discovering new third-party libraries.

There are pitfalls with the tool however and Alex will demonstrate how, with NuGet, what works in the open source-world doesn't always translate well to enterprise development.

Webinar attendees will learn:

  • how developers are successfully using NuGet;
  • why PostSharp chose NuGet for deployment management;
  • what deployment management issues to watch out for; and
  • when to consider solutions like private repositories.

If you have ever wanted to learn how to leverage NuGet and private repositories to improve your enterprise architecture be sure to sign-up for the next PostSharp live webinar.

Seats are limited so reserve your spot today!

See you there!

-Britt

 

Just a quick note to announce that PostSharp 3.0.30 now supports both Visual Studio 2013 and .NET 4.5.1. You can install PostSharp from the Extensions and Updates tool of Visual Studio 2013, or simply download it from http://www.postsharp.net/download.

Doing so, we are delivering on our promise to bring quick support for new platforms independently from our versioning policy. We learned from our previous failure to deliver support for Visual Studio 2012 on time. The reason? the feature was bound to the delayed PostSharp 3. Now, after our switch from a per-version to a per-year maintenance model, we are happy to make this feature to everyone with a valid maintenance subscription. Our license prices now include a mandatory one-year maintenance subscription, which means that everybody who paid for PostSharp 3 got support for Visual Studio 2013 for free.

Happy PostSharping!

-gael

On June 3rd, we announced that we would support those affected by the floods and pledged to donate to a local flood relief fund 50% of all online purchases completed during the state of emergency.

On June 7th, as floods started to subside, we sent $2,000 to Caritas, a well-known charity association.

“It is extremely important that we all band together and support one another during such difficult time. We sincerely appreciate the generosity and community spirit of all donors. Your generous help will enable us to support families affected by the flood in Kralupy and its surroundings,” says Barbora Kovarova, director of the local Caritas of Kralupy nad Vltavou.

For the whole team at PostSharp Technologies, I would like to express our warmest thanks to all customers who contributed to the donation.

-iveta