C# and F# on the Mac with Mono

Please note that this article is badly out of date since the release of .NET Core and Visual Studio for Mac. An updated article is in the planning stages. Mono is the open source .NET runtime for Windows, Linux, and OS X. It consists of the Mono runtime environment, libraries, and C# and F# compilers. Recently Mono has gained extra popularity due to Microsoft’s purchase of Xamarin, the makers of a cross-platform toolkit of the same name. [Read More]

Git with the program – use version control

If you are programming, and you are still not using any form of version control, you really have no excuse. There are many benefits to being able to keep track of your code and try out various branches, even if you are the only programmer in the project. If you are collaborating with someone, it soon becomes nearly impossible (or at least very time-consuming) to deal with various versions and changes. [Read More]