The MicroISV Digest for the week ending March 2nd, 2009.
(If you have an announcement of interest to your fellow microISV, indies or startups, please email me at with the word digest in the subject.)

News and Announcements

  • Steve Cholerton, Arten Science, has released R10Clean Version 2 Professional, a data manipulation and cleaning tool and R10Decrypt, a free R10Cipher encrption tool.(via email)
  • Kasper, Tanggaard SoftWare, is currently running a beta on the next version of TSW WebCoder, a robust web editor. TSW WebCoder’s features include HTML, CSS and PHP IntelliSense, integrated mySQL database client, Integrated W3C validation, built-in FTP client and more. (via email).
  • James Standen, nModal Solutions Inc, has released a beta of his first product, Datamartist, a desktop data transformation tool for creating data mart data models quickly and simply, using a graphical environment. (via email and BOS)
  • Torsten Uhlmann, AGYNAMIX, is giving away free licenses for bloggers who want to review his cross-platform clipboard/file utility, Simidude. (via email)
  • Cosmina Stefanache, the Product Marketing Manager for Fanurio, a time tracking/billing application wrote in to let people know they’ve just released version 2.0. (via email).
  • Show #17 of the Startup Success Podcast featured an interview with Microsoft UX Architect Evangelist Josh Holmes on Silverlight: its future, what it offers startups and microISVs and more.
  • Ian Drake, Notify Wire, had released,, a cool Craigslist distributed scanning/notification Windows app. (via email and BOS).

Relevant Blog Posts, Videos and Articles

    (not much this week)

Further (mostly relevant) Reading

  • If you are still puzzling over how the entire world financial system has been brought to its knees, here’s a short, interesting animation that does a great job: The Crisis of Credit Visualized.

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