Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 24th Mar 2006 20:02 UTC, submitted by Miguel de Icaza
Mono Project Paco, a Mono contributor gives an up-to-date overview of the state of Mono, from handhelds to servers and how Microsoft developers are migrating. The interview is offered in both mp3 and ogg formats.
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RE: Francisco.
by Angel--Fr@gzill@ on Sat 25th Mar 2006 19:47 UTC in reply to "Francisco."
Angel--Fr@gzill@
Member since:
2005-12-23

!!!
OK, Thanks!

Ya me parcia que tenia demasiado buen acento norteamericano...

Supongo que eres M de Icaza. Buen trabajo, Felicitaciones a ambos y gracias.

!!!

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RE[2]: Francisco.
by dikatlon on Sat 25th Mar 2006 22:54 in reply to "RE: Francisco."
dikatlon Member since:
2005-07-08

Mono es maravilloso; y la espanol idioma tambien( un idioma muy bonito).

Beware mono means monkey in spanish ;=)

Monkey say, monkey do!

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RE[3]: Francisco.
by Angel--Fr@gzill@ on Sun 26th Mar 2006 07:04 in reply to "RE[2]: Francisco."
Angel--Fr@gzill@ Member since:
2005-12-23

!!!
Correct

I knew it. Thats why the anagram of Mono is a monkey (check the icon).

Extrangely, it can mean also nice, cute, pretty...

So Mono is a "mono" language to use. In 1 or 2 years could become a widely used language. I see some lacks, but many advantages, and a future good OS interoperability, using it.

Angel--Fr@gzill@
!!!

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