New website: Decompiler-VB.Net V3.0 Launch !

I’m very excited to have finally launched the new version of Decompiler-VB.Net website (V3.0) after a full year of development!

Yes, I finally decided to communicate after a long period of development and testing. It’s all been completely re-coded from the ground up, and definitelly yes, the new website is officially up!

Totally renovated and multi-language, it will allow me to fulfill your orders faster, to answer your questions more quickly and it will allow you to track and verify your orders and licenses more easily.

The new website is currently translated in French and English, but we plan to add many other languages. Italian, Spanish, and Chinese language will be soon available.

My goals with the new website were to make it faster, easier to navigate for users, and easier for us to manage and update.

The website will now be updated more regularly to improve your comfort by being clearer and more interactive.

Have fun and see you soon !

Opening of the blog

Hi there, I’m Sylvain Bruyere, and welcome to my blog.

For those who don’t know who I am, in two words: I’m the author of VBReFormer, freelance developer focused on Microsoft development technologies in which I have a fair amount of experience, but that isn’t the whole story. I also have experience in security research, and a wide range of experience in reverse engineering.

Therefore, I have been partner of Microsoft for a while when I was student (Microsoft Most Valuable Student, then Microsoft Student Partner).

This new blog will allow me to express myself with the utmost freedom.

Decompilers, disassemblers, reverse engineering, security, C#, Visual Basic, .NET Framework, Visual Studio, SQL Server, Linq are as many topics that come to mind and which will soon be the subject of tickets here.

So bookmark this page and come back to read and comment on posts there!

C-u soon !

Sylvain