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My take on the Mono/C# debate

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I’m fucking tired of hearing random people screaming out why mono is cool or not. These kind of people don’t even know what coding is about, or they just learned Java or C# at university and they’re like “oh shit, I can code!!”. STOP THAT.

This is a technical, and ethical problem that regards DEVELOPERS. Users will end up having choice. All you pro/anti-mono fanboys, what is difficult in installing or removing mono, being it provided by default or not? No matter what your position is.

After this small rant, hoping to have made some things clearer, let’s move forward.

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