The King is dead. Long live the King

May 16, 2011


A few weeks ago redgate announced that the lovely .NET reflector  is going to cost money, that was a very sad news for every .NET developer out there.

But the good news are that a few days after JetBrains announced that they are releasing there own reflector called dotPeek. I personally hate the name but It is a great tool!

Much faster great UI and the best thing it has all of the ReSharper shortcuts!

So even if you decided to pay for the .NET reflector I think that you should throw it away and start using dotPeek

The king (.NET reflector) is dead. Long live the King (dotPeek)!


Keep Writing, Compiling, and Debugging.

Alon Nativ


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  1. ShimmyMay 18, 2011 ื‘ 10:49 PM

    Cool, I am struggling with replacing between trial versions of .NET reflector ๐Ÿ™‚

    Do you think it’s better than reflector?

    Thank you so much Alon!

  2. Alon NativMay 19, 2011 ื‘ 9:53 AM

    Hi Shummy,
    I think it is much better than the reflector. If you are a ReSharper user (and if not you should start) than you won’t be able to go back to the reflector after a few minutes with dotPeek.


  3. OsburnJuly 21, 2012 ื‘ 7:40 PM

    Currently it seems like Drupal is the preferred blogging platform out there right now.

    (from what I’ve read) Is that what you are using on your blog?