Microsoft plans to open .NET Micro Framework source code

Microsoft plans to open up the .NET Micro Framework to the community by allowing access to the source code. The product is moving into the Developer Division (Server and Tools). According to the Redmond company, the source code for the runtime, object model and drivers of the .NET MF will be made available. This is […]

Microsoft plans to open up the .NET Micro Framework to the community by allowing access to the source code. The product is moving into the Developer Division (Server and Tools). According to the Redmond company, the source code for the runtime, object model and drivers of the .NET MF will be made available. This is a great fit for the technology and we are really looking forward to it. The move means that we will be fully aligned with the rest of the .NET groups and tools in building the uniform programming model from the sensors to servers,” explained Colin Miller.

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