Hi Guys! Have some of you used NDepend?

Was it ok to use it? I'm currently reading the documentation and trying to understand the concept and I know its LINQ lookalike but have you guys any suggestion of any good explanation of NDepend which is quite short and ok to understand?

Yes I have googled, and have lots of papers, but I want to find out something more concrete and good


Disclaimer: I am the lead developer of NDepend
It is advised to download NDepend 14 days trial, run it on your prefered .NET code base, and see what the set of default rules have to say.
You can then dig deeper in the tool, and explore its other features that include diff, dependency matrix/graph, code metrics...