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After 2.0 release, Miguel de Icaza reflects on Mono's past and future

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 216.239.79.51] on October 09, 2008 03:29 PM
>But now, it's pretty much a standard rule that you will test your software on Mono before you ship.

What color is the sky in your world Senor Miguel?
I just IM about 2-3 dozen developers on my projects at work this morning... most of them answered "Hahahahahahaha".

>We happen to like to bring .Net developers from Windows to Linux,

Yeah about that....it aint gonna work. Windows developers arent going to switch and that's what .net developers are...windows developers, they could care less about Linux.
But hey, anything that can entice then tie up developers in the murky legal waters of using Windows-based technologies is a big plus for Microsoft.


Anyways, this the man who told us that OOXML was a brilliant piece of work, so let's just say I believe him less than I do a politician.

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