you want to get your hands on the Windows Kernel, don’t you?

the UK Academic Team Blog writes:

“The big kahuna – a source-code release of the Windows Kernel. The WRK is useful in design projects that let your students explore OS principles using the Windows kernel sources, the WRK enables advanced teaching and research by facilitating building experiments and projects based on modifying the Windows kernel, as well as by promoting better understanding of the Windows architecture and implementation.”

More info on that when I have more info on that…

Source: http://blogs.msdn.com/ukacademia/archive/2006/07/31/684325.aspx

a ready to go VMware Image for MONO…

The Mono team (well, Novell) created a mono-development-environment-in-a-box as an VMware Image. You can grab it at the source.

“The image is a SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10, and it includes the latest version of Mono, the development tools, documentation and samples for Windows.Forms and ASP.NET.

The MonoDevelop IDE is included in the image for developers, and Postgress and MySQL are installed to test your application with a database.”

I’ve made some screenshots:


explore the WinForms implementation of mono

Source: Mono VMware Image