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Miguel de Icaza's History of Mono – Monospace 2009 Austin Keynote

Miguel de Icaza keynote at Monospace

This week I’ve been at Monospace in my home town of Austin, Texas. It’s been an excellent deep-dive – with much code on screen – into the Mono world, the open source .Net implementation. Thanks to Scott Bellware (@bellware) and the other organizers, I was able to record the keynote given by Miguel de Icaza. I’m not sure what the title was, but I thought it was an excellent history of Mono capped off with a “state of Mono” end. It’s worth the listen if you’re in the Mono, .Net, or even open source development world – there’s lots of good background and history laced throughout.

Download the episode directly right here, subscribe to the feed in iTunes or other podcatcher to have episodes downloaded automatically, or just click play below to listen to it right here:

Also, check out Tim Anderson’s excellent run-down and summary of the keynote from afar and Abel Avram’s overview over at InfoQ.

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