[Mono-list] learning C# and mono: a good book?

Jaime Anguiano Olarra jaime@gnome.org
09 Jan 2003 16:40:46 +0100

Hi Adam.

As I only have Linux too, you can think of my previous email as written
with a Linux user point of view. :-)


Btw. For more experiences: my girlfriend is using Mono on a Debian Woody
and I lend her the "Teach Yourself C# in 21 days" and she's in love with
it. Although she has been working as a FORTRAN developer and has some
knowledge on C++, she says that the book is the best for her of my
collection. I use Debian Sarge with Mono and it works equally well. 

> Which one of these books would be best for learning C#/Mono?  I don't have 
> a Win32 box, or a copy of Windows, but I'd like to use Mono as it seems 
> like a nice way to solve several types of problems.  But I'll be doing it 
> all on a Linux box.
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