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Magic Models: the Spring collection

Over the last few months, we at Dr Nic Magic Models (Sweden) Inc. have been gradually selling down all the company shares to pension funds at over-inflated prices, whilst at the same time refusing to release new patches for old projects that sorely need them – Composite Primary Keys and Dr Nic’s Magic Models.

Magic Models 0.8.0 exhibited range of wacky behaviour and I’ve been suggesting people 0.7.2 for a long time, instead of releasing 0.9.0, which I mostly wrote last year.

I received a huge patch for Composite Primary Keys in my inbox in February and despite the emails of “when will this patch be released” by the punters, I sat on it.

I’ve also mentioned in emails several new projects that I’ve either never released or they are lurking on RubyForge without any celebratory fanfare. For example, the Magic Model Generator – got 200 tables in a legacy schema? Generate 200 model files in 20 seconds.

The share price has now plummeted, and over Easter I bought back all the shares at half price. All that’s left to do now is unveil a barrage of new projects and releases and watch the share price soar. Booya.

So, over the next week or so, you will be treated to:

Magic Models by Dr Nic - Spring

So call the babysitter, grab yourself a champagne, and find a seat in front of the catwalk: its show time.

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3 Responses to “Magic Models: the Spring collection”

  1. topfunky says:

    Street vendors have already gotten advance notice of this season’s line and are selling cheap knockoffs. The shame.

  2. Dr Nic says:

    I take the blame for releasing gems to the Academy Awards judges without DRM.

  3. Chris says:

    As a shareholder I am appalled by this blatant honesty and disclosure! Don’t tell the customer the truth! More lies! !