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Miguel is back to talk Mono with Geoff Norton. Many things have changed since we last talked to Miguel about the Mono project, an open-source port of the .NET Framework that runs on Windows, Linux, and the Mac. The focus is mostly about running .NET apps on the Mac.


Miguel has directed the Mono project since its creation in 2001 and oversaw the launches of Mono's desktop, server and mobile offerings at Novell. Before Mono he started writing free software in 1992 and co-founded the GNOME project in 1997. In 1999 Miguel co-founded Ximian with Nat. He also worked on the Midnight Commander file manager, Gnumeric, and the Linux kernel. He serves as an advisor at Stack Exchange. He has received the Free Software Foundation 1999 Free Software Award, the MIT Technology Review Innovator of the Year Award in 1999, and was named one of Time Magazine's 100 innovators for the new century in September 2000.


Geoff Norton is a developer for Novell working on the Mono Project. He's a founder of the Cocoa# and Objective-C# projects and is in charge of the Mac specific development for the Mono project, including a native System.Windows.Forms driver and native Gtk# support. Prior to working for Novell Geoff had been a Mono project contributor for about 3.5 years.


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Running Time 63 minutes      Date Tuesday, February 5, 2008     Comments Comments


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