Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 11th Aug 2006 23:25 UTC
Mono Project Sam of Port25 sits down with Miguel de Icaza, VP Development Platform at Novell and co-founder of Ximian. In this interview Sam and Miguel talk about the history behind Mono, the current state of the project and Miguel's thoughts on Mono as it relates to .NET.
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RE[4]: Mono
by ebasconp on Sat 12th Aug 2006 17:54 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Mono"
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.NET is heavily based on Java technology; but .NET is created by a company that has a very large story of monopoly, domination and elimination of other technologies/architectures.

The work done by Miguel de Icaza and his team is amazing, but, it's obvious that so great brains could create some amazing architecture from the scratch and open source only (Parrot, Python, maybe some next step to the Java -> .NET -> x evolution), I don't know.

I do not want to throw away the Microsoft technology, but I think the open source community should create their own stuff (intellectuality is not missing) instead of tryin' to use a proprietary one.

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