• Jon asks about where we can keep up with information about SineSignal.
  • There’s a discussion of what Heroku is, and how Moncai relates to Heroku.
  • Dale describes how he the idea got started and how deployment works.
  • What’s a Moncaí? Dale explains.
  • Dale explains how the infrastructure works, with Linux and Mono running in virtual environments.
  • Kevin and Jon ask about how Mono hosting affects ASP.NET support.
  • Jon asks about fractional CPU pricing, which leads to another cool feature – free accounts until you need to scale up.
  • Dale talks about how this compares to other virtual hosting offerings.
  • Jackson (still on the call from last show) jumps in with some info on running Mono from Visual Studio.
  • There’s talk about future possibilities – Mercurial, Windows support (and the complexities with SSH), support for other stacks.
  • Jon asks about the next steps for go-live.
  • Kevin asks about batch jobs, and Dale talks about the extension points for add-on and web hooks.
  • Jackson asks about local file access.
  • Everyone decides that this is really cool, and the show ends.