Facts about Miguel de Icaza

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Miguel de Icaza is a famous Scientist from Mexico, he/she is still alive and was born .

Our collection contains 25 quotes who is written / told by Miguel, under the main topic Computers.

Famous quotes by Miguel de Icaza (25)


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"Well Microsoft really does develop some really interesting technology"
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"All of our code is open source, so it can be used for other projects"
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"Every piece of software written today is likely going to infringe on someone else's patent"
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"Not to go too far, but Microsoft is probably used by most people out there"
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"In the GNOME project we tried to keep the platform language independent"
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"I've never worked with the Java community"
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"We have a lot of existing customers which are also considering Linux desktop migrations and rolling out some of these programs, so we're learning from them"
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"The software patent problem is not limited to Mono. Software patents affect everyone writing software today"
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"Our strategy in dealing with patents in Mono is the same strategy that any other software developer would take. In the event of a patent claim, we will try to find prior art to the claim of the patent"
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"In addition to that, Mono has produced a very large set of extra libraries"
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"After releasing Mono 1.0, we started work on a new edition of Mono that will be released later in the year"
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"When it comes to .NET they've done a really outstanding job"
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"We've been using C and C++ way too much - they're nice, but they're very close to the machine and what we wanted was to empower regular users to build applications for Linux"
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"We cannot choose one desktop over the other - Gnome or KDE - because there's users for both code bases"
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"We all love Linux, but it's also a fact that some people might not be able to migrate"
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"Running the test suite like this allows us to catch problems when they are just introduced"
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"With .NET once an API is published it's available to all programming languages at the same time"
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"They have a beautiful security system and we're emulating the whole security infrastructure"
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"I think that by October the whole company has to migrate to OpenOffice, and then I think it's by June next year we all migrate to Linux - you don't want to migrate 6,000 people both operating system and office suite in a single jump"
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"Every piece of software written today is likely going to infringe on someone else's patent"
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"So if we're going to build new applications that require a large time investment, like say movie editing - today that doesn't matter for the enterprise desktop, but eventually it will when we get closer to consumers - you really need to have a cross-platform story"
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"I was interested in Java the beginning, but the problem with Java is you do have to switch your platform"
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"Some scientists use TeX or LatEX but for most people Word is the thing that writers use these days"
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"It's strategic for us - lots of people will develop applications in .NET"
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"In some cases we've been building tools that are specific to Linux for the desktop, and they only work on Linux, but I see two major projects that are wildly, wildly successful: Mozilla and OpenOffice, and those two programs are cross platform"


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