On the heels of my recent post about Microsoft and Linux, is this interesting article in SD Times. It is being reported that at MIX 2007, Scott Guthrie (responsible for Silverlight et al) pulled aside Miguel de Icaza to help with technical guidance for Moonlight (the Mono-based, Open Source Linux Silverlight implementation). I think this is tremendous news. Miguel went on to say:
In this new article by Edd Dumbill, he explains how Moonlight was implemented using Mono. Its an interesting dive into how Miguel and the boys are implementing Silverlight on Linux. Its well worth a read.
Sure, I am the editor for ONDotnet.com, but I really like this interview. The emphasis is trying to explain to the Linux developer why Mono/CLR development is the way to go. I am in!
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