[Mono-list] "Beginner C# book": round two
chilli.coder at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 15:04:01 EDT 2007
If not the definitive guide, at least is not MS/VS oriented
It's a bit old and there are quite a bunch of new stuff but is mainly
oriented to Linux/Mono environments.
The one you mentioned by Jesse Liberty it's quite good too. There is one
from APress by Gunnerson I can't recall right now.
Martín Trejo Chávez
2007/10/29, Andrew Conkling <andrew.conkling at gmail.com>:
> That thread is a few years old, and I'm posting now in hopes to find some
> more current recommendations.
> Similarly, I'm looking to do some C#/Mono development on Linux, and am
> looking for a book that's suited to this environment, or at the very least
> not very Microsoft/Visual Studio centered.
> It seemed that the best choices from the replies on that original thread
> were "Learning C#" or "Programming C#" from O'Reilly's, with a bias towards
> the former for being more introductory. Is that still the case? Anything
> better these days?
> It sounds like I'm a bit more familiar with OOP, for what that's worth,
> but only in the I've-used-Python-and-only-sorta-get-OOP kind of way, so any
> review on that topic would be quite welcome. :)
> Thanks in advance,
> Best regards,
> Andrew Conkling
> Mono-list maillist - Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
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