In the last eight years I've had several good software ideas to help me do my job better. I've designed the programs and then hired a developer to code it. I did this outside of my day to day job, then when I brought the ideas to my boss, he saw the value in them and offered me a subcontract to continue the work. I continued to design the software, sub out the coding and then invoice the company my work for. I make a small profit and the company gets good software, cheap. Here's my question. I put in my two weeks notice, my last day is next Friday. The company I work for wants the names of my developers so that they can contract directly with them. I, for obvious reasons, don't want to give them the names of developers I've found over the years. As part of our subcontract I've provided the source code to all the programs I've had developed, but the names and contact info of the developers is valuable to me and isn't mentioned in our agreement. Any opinions on what the correct course of action is here?