User feedback – what’s yours?

Omar, a recent new Mindscape customer and LightSpeed user has written a fantastic blog post about his impressions of Mindscape LightSpeed. We always appreciate when our users blog about their experiences with our products – it’s the best form of marketing that a small business can get when selling developer tools. If you write about LightSpeed do let us know, we all get a buzz out of seeing people enjoying our products.

A snippet from Omar’s LightSpeed Review reads:

LightSpeed has changed my mind on how good ORMs can be. The guys at Mindscape are so helpful and work with customers on personal basis and will always take the time to listen to your problems. The support is just great. While I am not saying that LightSpeed is the answer to every problem out there it is definitely a huge leap in the right direction. Keep doing what you do best Mindscape and keep the new functionalities and goodness flowing. If you got me to become an ORM user then I will go as far as saying “NHibernate, you loose”.

You can read the post in its entirety here.

We have always had some testimonials for LightSpeed on the site but have been slow to update that page or to post testimonials for other products (we do get them, we’re just quite busy! :-). So, in an attempt to remedy this situation and to make a bit more noise about the successes that our customers are having with our products we’re looking to publish case studies for users who wish to take part. This can be for any product that we have built – not just LightSpeed.

This is an opportunity to provide us with feedback on what we’re doing right and areas that we can improve. It’s also a good chance to publicize the products you’re building on Mindscape tools or to highlight your business to others looking at using Mindscape tools.

If you’re interested, get in touch by emailing and I’ll send you out a questionnaire that will act as the basis of a case study.

Thanks in advance!

VS File Explorer Update

A quick message to those using the free Mindscape VS File Explorer, we have just released an updated version which you can download here: VSFileExplorer download page

There are no new features in this release however it does resolve an issue with the way that one of the components we used is licensed (it was not correctly being registered so you may have received the occasional warning about a 30 day trial).

If you have features or feedback that you would like to make about the VSFileExplorer please post in our VSFileExplorer forum: VSFileExplorer Forum

Happy coding!

VS File Explorer on Channel 9

The awesome guys from Channel 9 gave our new add-in some props on their show – Cheers guys!

This Week on C9: Christian "LittleGuru" Liensberger, VS 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1


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