http://tirania.org/monomac/archive/2011/Mar-17.html Am I the only Mac developer who's never really done any C#/.NET who stills finds this very interesting? I find the C# language quite nice after playing it for a few days, I'm almost sorry to say but it kinda feels like a real language compared to ObjC: good garbage collection, type safe, strong typing, LINQ, closures and more. And having the freedom to use the same APIs from other languages like F#, IronRuby, IronPython, etc is going to be awesome as well. I'm very impressed by it, the Packager works quite well as well, so far better than MacRuby imo. And the code completion in MonoDevelop works great. Note. still requires you to have Xcode 3.2 installed for the InterfaceBuilder integration with MonoDevelop, they are working on Xcode4 support.