Get a free Team Companion licence for Visual Studio 2012 Launch?

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team-companion-logoI recently posted on Requirement management in the modern application lifecycle and in that post I mentioned a product called Team Companion from Ekobit. Well, to celebrate its 5th anniversary and the launch of Visual Studio 2012 the awesome folks at Ekobit have decided to give away a whole bunch of licences for that fantastic tool completely free! Starting 8am (PDT) tomorrow you will have 3 days to claim your personal copy…

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Figure: New Team Companion theme

How do I get my free licence for Team Companion?

There are three ways to get your free licence for Team Companion depending on which social platform is your bivouac. So on Wednesday, September 12th and through that Friday all you need, do is one of:

Once you have completed the aforementioned task you will be contacted by the nice folks at Team Companion to get the information they need to get you a licence.

How do I get Team Companion?

Wither you have a licence or not you can download Team Companion for a 90 day trial (3 months is enough time to get addicted to anything) and they have released TeamCompanion v4.7 today.

Team Companion is a fantastic product that I have been using for years in production. It makes that email communication with the customer slick and integrated to TFS with features like “Reply to Work Item” and “Done”. I love it…

Get a free Team Companion licence for Visual Studio 2012 Launch? was last modified: September 11th, 2012 by Martin Hinshelwood

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  • Zephan Schroeder

    Thanks for putting out this word. After reading your previous post I was preparing to pilot TeamCompanion and perhaps deploying it more broadly in our team (5-20 licenses likely). My problem with trials is I install but get a chance to try them out just after they expire. This givaway will definitely push me into committing to piloting along with getting a couple other key decision makers on our team to join. That has a very good chance of getting our broader team to adopt TeamCompanion.