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 bob.walsh@47hats.com 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, Notifywire.com, 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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