Miguel de Icaza: Mono, Open Source, Visual Studio, and Xamarin
Avg Rating: 5(12)At Xamarin Evolve 2013, I caught up with Xamarin CTO Miguel de Icaza after his keynote. It's been a while since I last chatted with Miguel, so it was great to catch up. Clearly, he and team have been very busy pushing Mono forward and building Xamarin—a new technology that enables developers to…
Mono on Raspberry Pi?
Avg Rating: 4.5(6)In our Hardware Friday posts, we usually focus on some kind of .NET Micro Framework compatible hardware, like Netduino, etc. Yet one of the new hardware platforms that's generating a good deal of excitement is the Raspberry Pi, which runs Linux ARM distros. So what is a C#, .NET dev to do? Bruno…
Miguel de Icaza: Moonlight
Avg Rating: 5(4)Miguel de Icaza of Mono fame and the Moonlight team recently announced Moonlight 1.0. What are the Moonlight People up to these days? What does Miguel think about Silverlight 3, anyway?Dan Fernandez caught up with Miguel in Sin City at MIX09 to discuss these questions and more. Tune in.Enjoy.
This Week on C9 Live Mesh wins a Crunchie, Win 7 tips and a VPC, and Codeproject apps
Avg Rating: 5(3)This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the latest developer news including: - Live Mesh wins TechCrunch's Best Technology Innovation at the 2008 Crunchie awards, via Live Services blog - Brian Keller's post on how to install Windows 7 Beta using Virtual PC - Tim Sneath has a great…
TWC9: ID@Xbox, Visual Studio 2012.4 RC2, NuGet Concierge and more
Avg Rating: 4.75(3)This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian Peek discuss the week's top developer news, including; [00:38] Independent Developers @ Xbox, Spawning a New Wave of Innovation for Xbox One Games (Chris Charla, Phil Harrison), http://www.xbox.com/en-us/Developers/id [01:49] VS/TFS 2012.4 (Update 4) RC 2 is…
Mono on the Intel Galileo
Avg Rating: 5(2)Since we're on something of a .NET and Galileo theme right now, these posts from Jeremiah Morrill caught my eye. Our community is pretty awesome in how it's not only hacking away at the Galileo, but in how it shares the results... :) What "portable" .NET conversation is complete without…
This Week on C9 from Blizzcon with Mike "Sampy" Sampson
Avg Rating: 5(2)On a "very special" episode of This Week on Channel 9 from Blizzcon, Dan is joined by Mike "Sampy" Sampson as they discuss the interesting developer stories of the week: - WPF Effects Library ships on Codeplex (video demo) - Stephen Walther - ASP.NET MVC 5-Part series on…
XNA and a Windows 8 Store game? MonoGame!
Avg Rating: 5(2)Today's Modern UI Monday post is a series by Bob Familiar that shows us how we CAN XNA in a Windows 8 Modern UI application, with a little help from MonoGame and SharpDX. Windows 8, XNA and MonoGame - Part 3, Code Migration and Windows 8 Feature Support In Part 1 of this series I introduced you to…
Block out some time to play with the C#, open source, block game engine, Voxeliq
Avg Rating: 4(2)For the last day of the year, last post of the year, we're NOT doing a top 10. We're NOT doing a Best Of. We're NOT doing a prediction post, a roll-up, year in review, or even a thank you post! Na... Boring... We're about coding right? So how about we wrap up the year highlighting a open source, c#,…
Exploring .NET portability on Linux via Mono, Visual Studio Online Preview "Monaco" and WebMatrix
Avg Rating: 5(1)As a newcomer to the .NET world I'm really passionate about its value for open source professionals and Linux users. I think the cross-platform portability of binaries, development solutions (a-la-IDE) available for all sizes and budgets, support for different programming languages including F#,…