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"What are other developers building with .net?". Introducing BuiltWithDot.Net


When it comes to everything .net, there're loads of docs, tutorials, blogs, books, etc out there. But sometimes you want to get a taste of the end result. See what other devs are working on and get inspired.

by Corstiaan Hesselink

Last updated: Wednesday July 18, 2018Reading time: 2 minutes

That is why I created BuiltWithDot.Net as a place where developers working with .net technology can showcase their projects and inspire other developers. A place to learn how others use .net in the wild.

There’s so much you can build with .net these days that I thought it would be nice to have a corner of the web dedicated to the breadth of .net.

I want to show EVERYTHING. Huge, tiny, open-source, commercial, enterprise, web apps, mobile apps, command line tool, simple utilities, desktop applications, mobile games, console games, VR or AR apps, IoT - you name it. As long as it’s built with .net in any way, shape or form, it belongs on BuiltWithDot.Net.

Whether you’re a seasoned back-end developer, an indie game studio, a mobile app boutique, or a hobbyist hacking around in the attic, your work can inspire others.

Have you built something with .net that you’d like to show to the community? Head to BuiltWithDot.Net and submit your project.

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