Microsoft Endorsing C# as a First Class Citizen in Sublime Text

Firstly, I am a lover of Sublime Text. I’ve played around with many of the other ‘popular’ editors (Atom, Brackets, etc) but always end up back at Sublime Text.

I feel at peace when using the interface. The application is light-weight and fast and I can use it across OS’s.

My drawback: C# is my go-to language and unless you remember all .Net / C# commands off by heart, Sublime Text will not be your friend – which means Visual Studio – In my case that entails starting up a VM on my machine yada, yada, yada.

Enter OmniSharp (tada!). Jonathan Channon walks through the steps to get you up an running:

Jonathan Channon Blog – Microsoft Endorsing C# as a First Class Citizen in Sublime Text.

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