"This article focus on programming in C# with Mono. It contains
a compilation of extremely useful tips and workarounds, especially
for people used to lower level programming, like C programmers.
Since the Mono documentation is still far from finished, and I
found from my experience that it is still very hard to find
information and help with C# issues when using Mono, I compiled a
series of tips that I gathered from my experience with Mono.
"1st Tip: Another good place to find
"For most of the people out there, this will save them a few
bucks in buying books about C# or a few trips to the public
library. For others, this will just save them a few hours Googling.
Many of you will find yourselves in the same situation: I only had
a IDE (Kate, in my case), Mono and Monodoc. Well, I had Google too.
Monodoc is not bad, but is rather insufficient. It is extremely
incomplete. So, I found myself peeking at the MSDN site, where they
have all the class docs..."