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Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform, Fifth Edition by Andrew Troelsen

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B.7. Suggestions for Further Study

If you have followed along with the materials presented in this book, you already know a great deal about Mono, given that it is an ECMA-compatible implementation of the CLI. If you want to learn more about Mono's particulars, the best place to begin is with the official Mono website (www.mono-project.com). Specifically, you should examine the page at www.mono-project.com/Use, which serves an entry point to a number of important topics, including database access using ADO.NET, web development using ASP.NET, and so on.

I have also authored some Mono-centric articles for the DevX website (www.devx.com) that you might find interesting:

  • "Mono IDEs: Going Beyond the Command Line": This article examines many Mono-aware ...

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