Welcome to the new home of .NET Reflector

Welcome to the new .NET Reflector website and to our blog! We’ll be posting stories from the developers and all the latest Reflector news here first, so keep an eye out for updates. And, if past experience is anything to go by, we’ll also have the occasional rant about the new technologies we encounter while working on Reflector…

If you want to engage with other Reflector users, get involved in our new Q&A style forum. It’s the place for all your support questions, and you can get answers from our team as well as members of the community. We’ll be dishing out badges for the top contributors, too, in the style of Stack Overflow.

More to come…

In the next couple of weeks we’ll be introducing a new area to the website so we can promote the best Reflector add-ins. Quite a lot of you might be seeing these for the first time, so we really hope we can show you how much awesome extra stuff Reflector can do with a few simple add-ins.

We’re expecting more changes over the next few months as we find out more about what you want from the site, or notice things that the site’s missing. If you’ve got any suggestions, drop us a line.

For now, we really hope you enjoy the new site. Please do send us any feedback to info@reflector.net or post a question on our forum. We’d love to hear from you.

Greg

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