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The Missouri University Lab for Educational Games (MULE) is sponsoring a student programming competition, using the C# language and many 3D content creation tools in the Unity game engine.
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Academic OpenAFS Support provides annual, 24/7 support for OpenAFS issues on an annual subscription basis. The subscription fee is based on support for no more than two platforms. It provides up to 12 tickets of support per year, for a total of no more than 40 support hours across all tickets.
What is Mono?
If you have legacy controllers running .NET, Sine Nomine Associates can update them to Linux.
Sponsored by Microsoft, Mono is an open source implementation of Microsoft's .NET Framework based on the ECMA standards for C# and the Common Language Runtime. A growing family of solutions and an active and enthusiastic contributing community is helping position Mono to become the leading choice for development of cross platform applications.
Ten years ago today, the OpenAFS project was borne by a small group of individuals at CMU--its corpus owing to the generosity of IBM, which cast forth a largely complete version of its AFS 3.6 source tree under the IBM public license. It's certainly been a long and arduous journey; here's hoping we can keep this ship alive and smoothly sailing for another ten...
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