At TechEd North America 2011 yesterday, we officially announced the Beta launch of JustDecompile – a powerful .NET decompiler, which we are committed to keeping free, forever, for everyone.

Since the pre-launch two weeks ago, when we unveiled the very first Beta version, we have witnessed enormous interest in JustDecompile as the community has acclaimed Telerik for stepping up and providing a free .NET decompiler to fill a very conspicuous market gap. Naturally, with enormous interest, come a lot of questions, too. Thus, due to popular demand, we have organized a Twitter chat to get all of your questions answered. Join the Beta conversation today and talk to real JustDecompile experts, including the very developers who will shape the future of your perfect .NET decompiler.

If you spend enough time on Twitter, chances are you would have come across an occasional chat being held on the platform. Twitter chats are scheduled gatherings of people on Twitter to discuss pretty much anything that interests them, using a #hashtag to keep track of the conversation. Our hashtag for this Twitter chat is #DecAlt to reflect the fact that your .NET decompiling alternative has arrived!

What: Twitter chat on JustDecompile, Telerik’s free .NET decompiler
When: 17th May 2011, 12:00 noon - 1:00pm EST (if you are at TechEd North America, this is during lunch break)
How: Use these two hashtags: #DecAlt #msTechEd

Tips: You might want to use a tool like tweetchat.com to follow the chat and take part in the conversation, here's our room.

Hope to talk to you there!


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