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BusinessWeek “Brightest Spark” Using Mono


October 4, 2005 12:09 pm





BusinessWeek magazine just posted an online special report on the state of open source and the growing number of vendors and applications. MedSphere was highlighted as one of the “brightest sparks” among startups. This software vendor for small and mid-size hospitals ported its original Linux application to Windows using the Novell-sponsored Mono Project. The result: no more platform availability issues for customers. MedSphere demonstrated its work at Miguel de Icaza’s rogue users’ meeting at the recent Microsoft Professional Developers Conference. Take a look at his blog posting for more details on the conference and the Mono meeting. In other news, a new version of the desktop search engine Beagle was released yesterday — version 0.1.1. Nat Friedman has done a series of short movies that show Beagle in action and posted them to his blog. So who and what else is using Mono? Check out these vendors and other open source applications.

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