Unless you've been coding under a blogosphere rock you've heard that NCover has now gone commercial. NCover has become a staple in many developer toolboxes. I can understand this move. People are so busy today that it's becoming increasingly hard to get people to contribute time to a good open source project. And even fewer contribute money. Unless you are functionally wealthy (read: actually wealthy or a nothing-better-to-do college kid), finding the time to significantly push projects forward can be daunting.
So the guys behind NCover and NCoverExplorer have banded together and formed a new organization named Gnoso. Their first product is NCover 2.0 (now up to 2.0.1) and is available in x32 professional and x64 enterprise editions.
While the prices of these two products are fair, I really appreciate their friendliness to open source. They are offering free pro licenses to developers who fall into one of three different categories: prior donators, educational developers, or open source developers. You can read all about it here.
I've got my license. Have you?