[Mono-list] Need tips for Mono Presentation to .NET User Group
chilli.coder at gmail.com
Wed Aug 8 17:45:00 EDT 2007
I use the samples from Microsoft's SDK, first running in Windows with .NET
and Mono, then switch to Linux and run it again. I also think that showing
the roadmap it's very important and a bit of MoMA for windows developer
audience. The statistics from MoMA reports usually raise at least a couple
2007/8/8, Tom Opgenorth <tom at opgenorth.net>:
> On 8/7/07, John Anderson <sontek at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey, I'm doing a presentation to our .NET User Group on mono, I was
> > wondering if there is anything you guys think I should cover
> I have a Mono presentation geared towards Windows developers. Some
> other things I explain:
> * Background: shows that Mono just isn't some flash in the pan.
> * Current commercial use of Mono: shows that it is being used in the
> real world.
> * Roadmap: what is coming in Mono, Olive, WinForms2, etc.
> * Licensing: explain the GPL/LGPL, and MIT licences (pointing out that
> * Tools: MonoDevelop, SharpDevelop, MS Visual Studio
> * A demo of the .NET PetShop ported to Mono and MySQL. I compile it
> under Windows, xcopy deploy to a Linux box (VMWare image), and then
> run the application under Linux. Sometimes I do it backwards too.
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Martín Trejo Chávez
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