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How to build Mono 3.4.0 / 3.4.1 / 3.6.1 on Windows

, 8 Sep 2014 CPOL
A refreshed article on how to build the older releases of Mono on Windows


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Alex J Lennon
CEO Dynamic Devices Ltd
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Founded Dynamic Devices in 2004 to deliver high quality embedded solutions.
Alex is an experienced engineer with a deep knowledge and wide experience of both software development and project management. He has provided cutting edge hardware and software design solutions to industry in the United States and Europe and has successfully brought a wide range of products to market.
His technical expertise includes the architectural design and development of embedded systems software, deployment of large scale assured data delivery systems and the creation of low-level device drivers in a number of languages.
During the past decade Alex has worked predominantly with Linux and Windows CE based embedded and wireless devices, customizing O.S builds, developing device drivers, and creating internet-aware mobile applications with accessible user interfaces.
Specialties:Embedded Linux and Windows CE platform ports, device driver development, application development, C#, C, Java, GSM GPRS/UMTS, Wireless, Mesh
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