July 16, 2002

Mono and .NET - An Interview

Slashdot: "Would you use an open-source implementation of the.NET Framework? Ximian's Mono project enables you to build.NET apps that run on Linux and Unix as well as Windows. Check out the story from.NET Magazine's interview with Miguel de Icaza, Ximian cofounder and CTO" Added to which, AirLace writes "The Mono project has just achieved full self-hosting on Linux. While the C# compiler, itself written in C#, has been able to compile itself since March, Mono can now compile its own complete set of class libraries too. This announcement closely follows the release of the Phonic media player, the first.NET application for the GNOME desktop." Check out what Slahsdot readers think about this.


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