Economic Stimulus, Bear Style: $5 for 5 Licenses
Develop | Posted June 24, 2009

If you blinked, you might have missed it: the chance to get 5 licenses of Code Reviewer 5.0 for only $5!

For the first five days of June only, we ran our own economic stimulus package, offering five seats of our Code Reviewer online code review tool, complete with full tech support, for only $5. Then we donated the $5 to Wikipedia, one of our favorite websites and a most worthy cause. Their goal is to provide every person on the planet with “free access to the sum of all human knowledge” – pretty cool!


Code Reviewer is a lightweight version of our powerful Code Collaborator software. It’s ideal for small teams that need an economical yet fast and convenient way to collaboratively review each other’s code. We know it’s hard to secure budget just now, so we wanted to do our part to help out small teams and independent folks gain access to this time-saving, hassle-free tool to improve their software quality. And of course, we’re thrilled to do our part to help spread knowledge worldwide on Wikipedia.

This time, this special opportunity only went out to our newsletter subscribers. Thanks to our avid readers, we donated more than $2000 to Wikipedia in June!

Maybe we’ll do it again. Stay tuned, or drop a note to "sales 'at'" if you want us to notify you directly. Or just subscribe to our newsletter!



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