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Cross-Platform .NET Development by M. J. Easton, Jason King

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<pre>Author/s : M. J. Easton, Jason King
Publisher : Apress
Category : C# and .NET
Review by : Eric Pascarello
Rating : 9 horseshoes
I was not sure about this book when I first picked it up. Cross-platform and .NET Development never seemed to go together in my mind. After digging into the well-written book, I saw how .NET development can be used on multiple systems.

This book has great explanations of how to set up your development environment and what it takes to test code on multiple platforms. The book has a great explanation of the .NET architecture and gives C# code that is explained in great detail.

If you want to know the flexibility of the .NET framework than this book is for you. You should have no trouble understanding and applying the information contained in this book.

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