-Any number of your users can use the software to develop and test applications released under the Open Source Initiative (OSI) approved open source software license. >>I run a small startup (13 people including my partner) with 7. NET developers, including me and I have 3 Visual Studio Professional licenses, can I download and use the Visual Studio Community Edition for the remaining 4 developers?. I think this is not allowed by the license agreement I run a small startup (13 people including my partner) with 7. NET developers including me and I have 3 Visual Studio Professional licenses, I can download and use Visual Studio Community Edition for the remaining 4 developers?. I ask this question because I have been doing it for two years. So, if you only use it to develop open source projects, device drivers, MVS extensions, or for educational purposes, you can use it. Otherwise, a company can use it for free for up to 5 simultaneous developers, more than that, and you need to get a professional or enterprise license. I have done my due diligence and read the following licensing agreements for both products, and there seems to be nothing to prevent small businesses from using these products to make commercial products such as websites, etc. Remember that we do not redistribute any of the components themselves, we only use Visual Studio as an IDE and we could very well switch to another free software like SharpDevelop. SharpDevelop is entirely written in C# and consists of about twenty components that integrate into the application. The source code editor component is known as AvalonEdit and can be used by other applications.   Amazon EC2 with Microsoft Windows Server is a fast and reliable environment for delivering applications using the Microsoft web platform.
Amazon EC2 enables you to run any compatible Windows-based solution on AWS` powerful, reliable, and low-cost cloud computing platform. Some of the most common windows application cases include hosting Windows applications for business, website hosting, data processing, media transcoding, distributed testing, ASP.NET hosting, and all other applications that require Windows software. I would like to know if SharpDevelop and MVS (Community Edition) can be used for free by companies or in companies?. . . On September 17, 2000, Mike Kruger launched the project by testing the first public version of the .NET Framework 1.0. At that time, there was no C# /.NET-IDE available to the public. . . .