[Mono-list] Hi. A little question

Jaime Anguiano Olarra jaime@gcubo.org
18 Aug 2001 20:00:37 +0200

Thank you Garrett. 
In my city I just found anyone and I was in doubt about which to order.
Thanks so much. I think it could be interesting to include in the Mono
site a list with descriptions about the documentation that newbies
should read, a link to the books, pdfs... would be nice. I offer myself
to write and mantein that page if you (whoever is responsible of the
page) agree. Or I can open a SF.net project to have all this information
together so we newbie people don't need to "summon" the masters for such
little thing.


El d_ 18 Aug 2001 13:36:58 -0400, Garrett Rooney escribi_
> On Sat, Aug 18, 2001 at 06:30:01PM +0200, Jaime Anguiano Olarra wrote:
> > 
> > Quickly... I am interested in start developing for Mono but I would like
> > to learn a little bit (a lot really) of C# before.. which is the best
> > book you would recommend me to start with it (my goal is to get know of
> > how to build applications for GNU/Linux using C# instead of C).
> c sharp essentials (http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/csharpess/) and programming
> c sharp (http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/progcsharp/) are the best two i've
> found.
> c sharp essentials is just a bare bones intro, and programming c sharp is a
> bit more in depth, but both are good.  programming c sharp has some windows
> specific stuff (interacting with com and stuff like that), but it mainly
> sticks to the language and the libraries, so will be mostly applicable to
> using c sharp on unix.
> -- 
> garrett rooney                     Unix was not designed to stop you from 
> rooneg@electricjellyfish.net       doing stupid things, because that would  
> http://electricjellyfish.net/      stop you from doing clever things.