This screencast shows how to use MonoDevelop to create custom GTK# widgets and use those widgets in an application.
In 2007, the Oxford Supercomputing Centre received enough funding to put some infrastructure in place behind their clusters – but found a lack of adequate tools to manage it. This talk covers the progression from Perl-based prototyping to 25kloc of C#, due for GPL release in Q1 2010. Video Producer: FOSDEM
Second Life collaborative development environment is run on a grid of over 30,000 CPUs that simulate the land of Second Life. Since August 2008 Mono has been available as a scripting engine for running interactive content in Second Life and over 27 million user created scripts are now running on Mono in Second Life. This […]
This screencast is a quick walkthrough on how you can get a baseline MonoRail solution up and running. MonoRail is a MVC Web Framework inspired by Action Pack. Everyone’s talking about MS MVC these days, and I’m certainly just as excited about it as anyone else. But MonoRail is still a very nice MVC framework […]
MonoDevelop is an IDE primarily designed for C# and other .NET languages. MonoDevelop enables developers to quickly write desktop and ASP.NET Web applications on Linux, Windows and Mac OSX. MonoDevelop makes it easy for developers to port .NET applications created with Visual Studio to Linux and to maintain a single code base for all platforms. […]
As Python grows in popularity, IronPython has started making more waves. What is IronPython and why should regular Python programmers be familiar with it? This session will introduce the open source .NET implementation of Python known as IronPython without using Windows. Come see FePy (IronPython community edition) in action via Mono — a cross-platform open […]
A quick presentation of Mono to the Columbus Ohio .NET developers group. Slides of the presentation