Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 1st Apr 2005 10:58 UTC
Novell and Ximian One of the highlights of Joe Barr's trip to Salt lake City last month for BrainShare 2005 was the opportunity to interview Miguel de Icaza, a mercurial star of the free software movement who has been responsible for hugely successful projects and also founded his own company with Nat Friedman that was later acquired by Novell.
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Brainshare keynotes.
by Miguel de Icaza on Sat 2nd Apr 2005 04:52 UTC

David,

The brainshare keynotes are structured more or less like this: strategy and new press releases on Monday; Identity, Management and Collaboration products updates on Wednesday (the main driver for Novell customers today) and the technology session on Friday. Mono was highlighted on Friday, as well as the various Mono-based applications.

iFolder could not be demoed as Nat ran out of time and was rushed out of stage, a shame, as iFolder on MacOS looks beautiful.

The new ZenWorks client (announced on the Monday keynote) is also Mono-based.

Miguel.