Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 9th Feb 2006 22:54 UTC
Mono Project Apress' open source series of books recently unveiled Mark Mamone's "Practical Mono", a book targetting new .NET developers. We take a quick look at the book below.
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Hopefully Mono can keep up with developers releasing products based on new versions of .Net.
Just because Microsoft releases .Net 3 today doesn't mean anyone will have apps needing it tomorrow! But some things, like linq, may get picked up pretty quick. Also, small changes to API's have a nasty way of sneaking into your code if you're not watching for it.

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