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Does anyone know if there are any upcoming book releases for Mono/GTK#? The only book I could find on Amazon with a decent rating is over 6 years old.

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you might get better answers on StackOverflow as I feel this is more 'bout programming than Linux. – xenoterracide Sep 15 '10 at 21:30
You might also want to clarify what you mean by 'mono.' If you mean the most popular language that runs on mono, C#, then there are many books on Amazon for you--however, I'm not sure how many cover GTK#.. – Steven D Sep 19 '10 at 6:23
Mono is an implementation, theres no need for a book on it. It would be like having a book for GCC - We just have a book for C. – mathepic Sep 20 '10 at 0:13
@mathepic: Ermm. There are plenty of books on GCC (for instance, amazon.com/Introduction-GCC-Brian-J-Gough/dp/0954161793). – Steven D Sep 22 '10 at 0:03
@Steven and again, thats completely different than a book on C. – mathepic Oct 6 '10 at 21:13

There is a page on the Mono site dedicated to books. I hope you will find something useful there.

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