Friday, August 22, 2008

Managing Continuous Database Integration with Red Gate tools. Part III. "A New Hope"

Yesterday I've spilled some frustration (legitimate or not) over Red Gate licensing policies. It appeared that any flaws in this area company compensates with customer-oriented approach which, unspoiled by Microsoft & Co, I find unprecedented.

Despite me calling them names, they took an effort to patiently explain their position and ways. Faced with such a gallantry I have no other choice but to apologize for my emotional thrusts and to admit that Red Gate is not "another greedy ignorant Apple Corporation software company". That's a big relief.

Similarly, the .NET Reflector future looks brighter now. The question, though, still remains - will it become "Red Gate Lutz Roeder's .NET Reflector" or stay "Lutz Roeder's Red Gate .NET Reflector"?

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