As many of you may have noted, there’s quite a lot of things happening in the land of .NET right now. The introduction of Roslyn and C# 6, the new ASP.NET, the forthcoming release of Visual Studio 14 and many other things are afoot and, once again, ReSharper is unrelenting in its support of the new and exciting language features and frameworks. So today we are opening the Early Access Program (EAP) for ReSharper 9. What’s in store? Let’s take a look.