Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 27th Sep 2006 22:43 UTC, submitted by anonymous
.NET (dotGNU too) Microsoft has beta-released a developer kit for the .NET Micro Framework, a low-end software platform aimed at deeply embedded applications. The .NET MF extends the advantages of .NET and the Visual Studio toolset into small devices with tight constraints on cost, memory, processor, and/or power consumption, Microsoft says.
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by abraxas on Thu 28th Sep 2006 04:09 UTC
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I wonder if the mono team will attempt to develop a similar technology. It would be nice to have a completely open source stack to develop for in the embedded market. Java is so pervasive that it is pretty hard to escape from.

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by JCooper on Thu 28th Sep 2006 18:20 in reply to "Mono"
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Mono already has a solution to embedded environments; they provide a tool that lets developers bring across only the core libraries they require (and a custom mscorlib) along with their mono app.

It was something Miguel talked about recently in a talk about mono at - the (wmv) video can be found here:

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