• .NET

    Legal-ese demystified, part 2!

    February 25, 2009 Share
    So, picking up where we left off yesterday...  Not too long ago, I received a question regarding our licensing policies, specifically section 3-1 in which we state: "Telerik does not provide technical support for modified source code" Which, to the customer, seemed a bit odd considering we do offer such useful tidbits in our documentation like how to inherit a RadGrid column, albeit with a disclaimer at the bottom reminding people about our support stance on modified source, which this would then fall into. This puts us into a little gray area that requires some explanation- namely, why provide info on inheriting...
  • .NET

    Legal-ese demystified

    February 24, 2009 Share
    Hello Everyone! I'd like to begin by introducing myself to the Telerik Blog scene. My name is Evan Hutnick and I work as a Developer Support Consultant in our US Sales office. I began here back in September of 2008 and have been on a fast-track to learning everything about Telerik. But what does a Developer Support Consultant do, besides sound flashy? More or less, I'm one of the first lines of defense in the sales office for any sort of technical questions we receive. As a developer in my spare time, I've used Telerik controls (albeit only as a...
  • Company News

    Licensing for RadControls "Prometheus" for ASP.NET

    February 04, 2008 Share
    It seems that despite our best efforts to educate customers, we haven't done a great job at letting everyone know that: When you buy a RadControls for ASP.NET license, with subscription or not, you get a matching license for "Prometheus" controls and you can download the developer build of the controls from your Client.net account. It is up to you to decide whether you want to use the classic controls or the "Prometheus" ones. Everyone who buys an ASP.NET Subscription or a subscription license for the all-inclusive SKU (which includes all UI components for web and desktop development plus Telerik Reporting) gets "Prometheus" as a...