Home > Gnome > Using the ECMA Standards, by Miguel deIcaza Using the ECMA Standards, by Miguel deIcaza Submitted by stew 2001-12-14 Gnome 5 Comments In this very interesting interview at MSDN, Miguel deIcaza, the founder of GNOME, Bonobo, Gnumeric and CTO at Ximian, talks about UNIX components, Bonobo, Mono, and Microsoft .NET. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 5 Comments 2001-12-14 1:35 am oh, and miguel fucking sucks 2001-12-14 2:16 am Why? 2001-12-14 5:01 am keep your ridiculous inbred comments to yourself 2001-12-14 8:59 am Oh God, its getting worse, first posts now, **sigh** I think the interview was very interesting, I like the way it appeared on MSDN, but then again, MSDN has got to be the best developer resource in the world, its excellent and it seems its quite impartial too. I do think .net is one of the most interesting things to happen to development yet, its what Java should have been if sun had have concentrated on improving the performance of the Swing and to a certain extent AWT. 2001-12-14 3:47 pm I wonder what people think about Ximian being on the front page of Microsoft’s Developer network page. I also wonder if people remember that Nat used to work at Microsoft. I wonder what their plans are. I think it’s obvious. Ximian is Microsoft undercover.