What's the best approach to learn C# using Xamarin Studio instead of Visual Studio?

DISCLAIMER: I work on Xamarin Components Team (Microsoft), so I'm biased (at least people say so).If you look Xamarin docs, all docs that are IDE specific (Visual Studio vs Xamarin Studio) will have toggle/switch/tab in upper right corner where you can switch between XS and VS to see the differences.See:https://developer.xamarin.com/gu...Xamarin.Studio (MonoDevelop) tried to mimic Visual

How to use Microsoft Cognitive Services and Bot Framework for my final year project

Here's how you can begin with:Take a good use case like Flight Booking System / Food Delivery System / Movie Booking System.Design a IEEE SRS for the same and be clear with the requirements from the start.Think about the conversation flow, the dialogs. The dialog switching

Do most C# developers use Microsoft Visual Studio?

I would be really surprised if that wasn't the case. VS is stable, fast, intuitive, well designed, expandable, customizable, supported by large company and free. I can't see why would anyone use anything else. Unless, of course, someone thinks it's cool to be against Microsoft and hence boycott their products. But,

What is the fastest and most efficient way to port existing C code to idiomatic Rust, and Rust to idiomatic C, either by hand or automatically?

I don't know the absolute fastest way for sure; do you have access to a supercomputing cluster? It can probably run translations faster than any other computer systems.I also don't know the most efficient way; if you use a supercomputing cluster, you are trying to squish a tiny spider with a

Why should I use C# over Java?

As it currently stands, I think C# is a more modern and better designed language than java.Java gets

What is the fastest and most efficient way to port existing C code to idiomatic Rust, and Rust to idiomatic C, either by hand or automatically?

I don't know the absolute fastest way for sure; do you have access to a supercomputing cluster? It can probably run translations faster than any other computer systems.I also don't know the most efficient way; if you use a supercomputing cluster, you are trying to squish a tiny spider with a

Is C the mother of all major programming languages today e.g. C++, C#, Python, Java etc? Are these languages written in C?

The mother of all languages including the major ones is machine code, then is Lisp (basic language semantics) , then is Smalltalk (OOP, VM, Bytecode, TDD, MVC etc). Its actually machine code, if, loop, add, subtract , counting from zero etc its all machine code. I could have put Assembly second but Assembly is essentially

Who uses C# language?

SMEs (Small-to-Medium sized Enterprises): C# has a large pool of developers and is fairly rapid, making it well suited for small internal development teams. Plus it has great tools for fat-client development.Games Developers: Popular for tools development (see reasons above) and smaller companies and hobbyists thanks to tools like Unity.Large

What is the fastest and most efficient way to port existing C code to idiomatic Rust, and Rust to idiomatic C, either by hand or automatically?

I don't know the absolute fastest way for sure; do you have access to a supercomputing cluster? It can probably run translations faster than any other computer systems.I also don't know the most efficient way; if you use a supercomputing cluster, you are trying to squish a tiny spider with a

Is C the mother of all major programming languages today e.g. C++, C#, Python, Java etc? Are these languages written in C?

The mother of all languages including the major ones is machine code, then is Lisp (basic language semantics) , then is Smalltalk (OOP, VM, Bytecode, TDD, MVC etc). Its actually machine code, if, loop, add, subtract , counting from zero etc its all machine code. I could have put Assembly second but Assembly is essentially

Do most C# developers use Microsoft Visual Studio?

I would be really surprised if that wasn't the case. VS is stable, fast, intuitive, well designed, expandable, customizable, supported by large company and free. I can't see why would anyone use anything else. Unless, of course, someone thinks it's cool to be against Microsoft and hence boycott their products. But,

Do most C# developers use Microsoft Visual Studio?

I would be really surprised if that wasn't the case. VS is stable, fast, intuitive, well designed, expandable, customizable, supported by large company and free. I can't see why would anyone use anything else. Unless, of course, someone thinks it's cool to be against Microsoft and hence boycott their products. But,

Do most C# developers use Microsoft Visual Studio?

I would be really surprised if that wasn't the case. VS is stable, fast, intuitive, well designed, expandable, customizable, supported by large company and free. I can't see why would anyone use anything else. Unless, of course, someone thinks it's cool to be against Microsoft and hence boycott their products. But,

Why should I use C# over Java?

As it currently stands, I think C# is a more modern and better designed language than java.Java gets

Does Bill Gates know C#?

Yes.I had a few conversations & email threads with Bill around our direction toward Grid Computing between 1999 & 2004. Part of that involved the .NET Framework being distributed over MS Compute Cluster Servers & similar parallelism concepts.It was clear

What is a good website to learn C# for free?

I host a free audio podcast called Take Up Code on iTunes and Stitcher that you might find useful to explain concepts that are applicable to many languages. This will allow you to learn topics when exercising, driving, or even waiting in line. Most of the episodes focus on concepts found in C++ and C#. The