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MSC4 (A03) / June 22, 2012
MSC4 beta / October 18, 2011
|Development status||Rewriting, porting on Mono|
|Written in||Visual Basic 6, VBA, AutoLISP, C#|
|Operating system||Windows 2000|
|Available in||6 languages|
MasterChef is a kitchen design program  developed and published by RenderImage Srl. MasterChef Suite is a proprietary software platform that promotes free kitchen design standards. All the databases and digital drawings containing technical information about industrial kitchen equipment are shipped to MasterChef users free of charge (however there some restrictions on commercial information such as price list put by respective owners).
Is currently available in 5 languages:
Masterchef 4 final release will include 6 languages (with addition of Spanish language).
In 2004 RenderImage Srl released a first version of MasterChef - 2005. MasterChef 2008 was presented at Host Expo. In 2009 MasterChef Suite rebranding led to MasterChef 2010 renaming to MSC3. During Host Expo 2011, RenderImage presented an alpha version of MasterChef Suite called MSC4.
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