Miguel de Icaza

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Miguel de Icaza is a Microsoft proponent. We wrote about him in many articles such as:
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Miguel de Icaza is a Microsoft proponent who works in [[Xamarin]] on projects such as [[Mono]]. We wrote about him in many articles such as the following (starting with most recent).
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'''Update (2016)''': Miguel de Icaza has, unsurprisingly, joined Microsoft and received a lot of money (millions) from the company in the process.
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== 2021 ==
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*[http://techrights.org/2021/10/21/dark-side-of-github/ Teaser: Miguel de Icaza on CEO of Microsoft GitHub]
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*[http://techrights.org/2021/10/14/miguel-de-icaza-on-nat/ Teaser: What Miguel de Icaza Really Thinks of the CEO of Microsoft GitHub]
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== 2020 ==
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*[http://techrights.org/2020/09/05/miguel-de-icaza-history/ Miguel de Icaza Came to Bruce Perens/Debian (“Permission to Use Debian's Resources”) Just Months After His Job Interview at Microsoft]
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== 2014 ==
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*[http://techrights.org/2014/04/11/miguel-de-icaza-openssl/ Miguel ‘Advocates’ GNU/Linux by Bashing it Again]
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*[http://techrights.org/2014/04/09/xamicrosoft/ Miguel de Icaza and Xamarin Become More Tightly Integrated With Microsoft]
== 2013 ==
== 2013 ==
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* [http://techrights.org/2013/11/14/microsoft-has-abducted-mono/ Microsoft Has Taken Over Mono Development, With Miguel de Icaza’s Consent]
* [http://techrights.org/2013/03/06/getting-rid-of-a-turncoat/ Microsoft MVP Miguel de Icaza Finally Quits GNU/Linux; Even He Does Not Want Vista 8, Samsung Dumps Vista 8 Tablets]
* [http://techrights.org/2013/03/06/getting-rid-of-a-turncoat/ Microsoft MVP Miguel de Icaza Finally Quits GNU/Linux; Even He Does Not Want Vista 8, Samsung Dumps Vista 8 Tablets]

Revision as of 19:47, 21 October 2021

Miguel de Icaza is a Microsoft proponent who works in Xamarin on projects such as Mono. We wrote about him in many articles such as the following (starting with most recent).

Update (2016): Miguel de Icaza has, unsurprisingly, joined Microsoft and received a lot of money (millions) from the company in the process.

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