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Developing Cross-Platform C# Applications with Mono

If you're developing using C# programming on Windows and need to make those apps cross platform you'll want to get intimately familiar with Novell's Mono project. Read along as we look at the tools available from Novell to develop and test your applications.

Create Your Own PageGetter Using Outlook and C# Programming

At times when certain Websites are blocked, or in the case of no internet connectivity, PageGetters serve a mammoth boon. Read along as we overview the use of the .NET Framework to build an easy one in less than an hour and serve yourself as a "PageGetter" to your friends.

Windows Management Using C# Programming

Windows management has a prime place in system monitoring and administration irrespective of the technology being used. The suppleness that is achieved using the Windows management native API's are far more than that which could be achieved through other kinds of monitoring and administration application.

C# Programming Tips and Tricks

Volume 2 of "C# Programming Tips and Tricks" covers some items related to new features of C# 4.0 along with other beneficial tips and tricks. In addition, it mentions some tools that are worth noting.

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