YourKit LLC is one of the few organizations that officially promote Open Source development. They do not just believe in Open Source development but seems are encouraging a quality build of Open Source projects too through their performance profilers.
In one of our recent discoveries is their Open Source License which on YourKit Purchase link quotes
The license is granted to developers of non-commercial Open Source projects, with an established and active community. The license is free. However, we ask you to add a reference to YourKit website on the web pages of your Open Source project. Please contact sales
Those of you are thinking this is only for Java projects, you are wrong! YourKit .NET profiler exists, and is one of my favourites too!
So if you are a Open Source contributor, you must not limit yourself by promoting your application without profiling for memory and performance issues. Write to YourKit Sales team and grab your copy!
Punit Ganshani, based out of Singapore, specializes in Microsoft technology stack and performance engineering. He is an open-source contributor at Codeplex, has several apps on Windows Phone Store and is a noted speaker on Performance Tuning, Mobile Development and Application Design
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