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Winners of 'Race to Linux'

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The Code Project has announced the winners of the first-ever "Race to Linux®," sponsored by Mainsoft® Corporation and IBM®. The Race to Linux challenged developers to port three of Microsoft's® open-source ASP.NET starter kits from Windows to Linux using their cross-platform tool of choice (e.g. Mono, Grasshopper from Mainsoft, PHP or Macromedia). More than 200 developers registered for the competition.

The winners are: Full List.


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