A handfull of .NET Open Source projects to check out

By Anoop Madhusudanan

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About Week End Hacks - Most weekends I do some digging around new and emerging technology and geek stuff. I do this by picking the links I bookmarked, or by going through the tweets I Favorited in Twitter. 

This week I'll be listing down my most favorite .NET open source projects.

I really like the interactive programming and ability to host Python in my own apps :)
"IronPython is a new implementation of the Python programming language running on .NET. It supports an interactive console with fully dynamic compilation. It is well integrated with the rest of the .NET Framework and makes all .NET libraries easily available to Python programmers, while maintaining full compatibility with the Python language."

Screwturn Wiki

Is an open source wiki written in c#
Singularity provides Softare Isolation instead of hardware enforced protection domains and heavy context switching. Developed by Microsoft Research, now available at Codeplex as open source.

Sandcastle Help File Builder

If you love doing code documentation. From the description:

"Sandcastle, created by Microsoft, is a tool used for creating MSDN-style documentation from .NET assemblies and their associated XML comments files. The current version is the May 2008 release. It is command line based and has no GUI front-end, project management features, or an automated build process like those that you can find in NDoc. The Sandcastle Help File Builder was created to fill in the gaps, provide the missing NDoc-like features that are used most often, and provide graphical and command line based tools to build a help file in an automated fashion."

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