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Visual Studio is an excellent IDE. I'm not sure how useful it would be to write applications for Unix on it though; I suspect you could if you are using C++ and avoid any MS / Windows dependencies. You could try .Net if Mono is available in your target environment, and MS recently announced they will be bringing .Net to both Linux and Mac. It really ...


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I think that historically the answer is pretty much, yes - getting C# development up and running effectively in anything outside of Visual Studio, Xamarin, or SharpDevelop was just too much an unpleasant experience. But recently a lot of projects have emerged that makes it easier, e.g.: OmniSharp, provides a foundation for intellisense and refactoring, ...


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Not anymore: http://www.omnisharp.net/ OmniSharp is a family of Open Source projects, each with one goal - To enable great .NET development in YOUR editor of choice. It’s fun to say Cross Platform .NET. But is it reasonable for someone to develop .NET without Visual Studio and Windows? Is it fun to do .NET on a Mac in Sublime? Ubuntu and ...



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