It is an important day for me today: nWire version 1.0 is finally released. It is the fruit of long and hard work and I'm very happy with the results. We did some extra efforts to release nWire 1.0 before the upcoming EclipseCon and we did it. The final stretch was especially stressful: I wanted to make sure the first non-beta release incorporates as much user feedback as possible. We had several interim releases dealing with usability and performance before the final release.
What's next? You can read about nWire future directions in the nWire blog (I'm thinking of renaming the blog to "The nWire Wire": does it sound too stupid?). I can say that there are several cooperations coming up. These are tough times and it is simply easier to make it through with the assistance of partners. I'm gradually learning that lesson and I promise to reveal all the details and share my experience when appropriate.
So, if you are reading these lines and you are a Java developer, download and test drive nWire today. If you already tried it and want to do another trial with the final version, drop me a line.