Over the course of Microsoft’s history, there have been a few seminal events that enable a whole new generation of applications such as the launch of Windows 95 and the advent of the .NET Framework. With the impending release of Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office System,
One of the great features of the .NET framework is the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI). The CLI provides a common foundation for a wide variety of programming languages.
IronPython is a project that implements the dynamic object-oriented Python language on top of the CLI.
Last night I got a chance to spend a couple of hours with Mike Murray – who is an ex-VP from Microsoft and a good friend. Over the last several years Mike has co-founded and is the Chairman of the Board for Unitus – a non-profit organization that is focused on innovative ways to solve global poverty.
There are a lot of different ways that people talk about doing things one step at a time – building a cathedral one brick at a time, embarking on a 1000-mile journey one step at a time, etc.
I recently came across (more like read since I haven’t met this person) one individual who in their own way is making progress with education in Nigeria with one computer at a time,