Hundreds of Visual Studio Magazine readers voted in the 23rd annual Reader’s Choice Awards and honored PostSharp in the category of Software Design, Frameworks and Modeling Tools. PostSharp was presented with a Bronze Award and earned recognition along with DevExpress and IBM in the category.
“It is a tremendous honor that PostSharp is recognized by Visual Studio Magazine readers as one of the top 3 products,” says PostSharp Founder and CEO Gael Fraiteur. “We are committed to building tools that make developers’ lives easier and save companies time and money when building and maintaining complex applications.”
Visual Studio Magazine subscribers were asked to choose the best Visual Studio-related tools and services in 38 categories in an online ballot compiled by the editors of Visual Studio Magazine.
The users shared their feedback with the product:
“PostSharp has saved us 30% development time. It makes the code much more readable and lets developers concentrate on the business logic of the code.”
“Thanks to PostSharp, we’ve been able to overcome multithreading challenges and have achieved 16% code reduction.”
PostSharp is the #1 best-selling pattern-aware extension to C# and VB and is trusted by more than 50,000 developers. Over 1,000 companies including more than 10% of Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, Intel, Bank of America, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Phillips, NetApp, Siemens and Oracle rely on PostSharp to reduce their maintenance and development costs.
To learn more about PostSharp, visit https://www.postsharp.net/
About PostSharp Technologies
PostSharp is the #1 best-selling pattern-aware extension to C# and VB. It allows developers to eradicate boilerplate by offloading repeating work from humans to machines. PostSharp contains ready-made implementations of the most common patterns and gives you the tools to build automation for your own patterns.
PostSharp is trusted by over 50,000 developers worldwide and over 10% of all Fortune 500 companies including Microsoft, Intel, Bank of America, Phillips, NetApp, BP, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Volkswagen, Hitachi, Siemens, and Oracle rely on PostSharp to reduce their development and maintenance costs.
For more information, please visit https://www.postsharp.net/.