Enter Rebus.fm

little_rebusbus2_copy-500x500Since the inception of Rebus more than four years ago, I have been a happy user of this small messaging library targeted at being intuitively easy and natural to configure and use.

I am not the only one who has been using it, though. Over the course of Rebus’ lifetime I have had contact with several companies who were using it to solve their business problems, and I have always been delighted to hear about both good and bad experiences with it.

Now I have decided to take it to the next level: I will now begin to offer commercial services as a complement to Rebus from my company, Rebus.fm:

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Rebus has always been and will continue to be absolutely free and open source (with the MIT license).

This just means that serious Rebus users can receive a higher degree of commitment from me in the form of support and guaranteed bug fixes, and also in the form of supplementary tooling in the future.

This does not mean that I am ending my close cooperation with my employer, d60. We will continue to work together and support each other, which also means that I can welcome d60 as the first “Rebus.fm partner” (but I’ll talk some more about that later…. :o) ).

If this sounds interesting to you, I suggest you go and read some more about Rebus.fm at the Rebus.fm homepage. And don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have questions or comments.