What is .NET?
As one of the most popular platform, created by Microsoft, for building enterprise class web applications and services, .NET web developers are in high demand at organizations large and small. This role is responsible for designing, modifying, deploying, writing and implementing web applications and services using Microsoft’s .NET platform.
.NET is a free, cross-platform, open source and powerfull developer platform for building many different types of applications.
Why should i use it?
There are plenty of good reasons to use .NET when developing a website or an application. High speed, low cost, and vast language support are among the most significant benefits. .NET is built into the familiar Windows or Linux server environment, requiring less setup and configuration than other web development platforms that must be installed and configured separately. The popularity of .NET makes online resources and skilled developers easy to find.
Websites and applications built with .NET can be faster and more efficient than a website build with PHP or Node.js, for example. .NET applications are compiled, which means the code is translated into object code, which is then executed. This compilation process takes a small amount of time, but happens only once. After compilation, the code can be executed over and over by the .Net platform very quickly.
.NET - a unified platform
On November 10th, 2020, Microsoft released .NET 5.0, the next big release in the .NET developer platform.
.NET provides libraries, frameworks, tools, and APIs to build, test, run, and deploy software that targets all platforms including Windows, Linux, IoTs, macOS, iOS, Android, tvOS, watchOS and WebAssembly, and all devices including desktops, web browsers, IoT devices, tablets, mobile phones, and more.
Who uses .NET?
Finally, even though ASP.NET is open source and free to use, it is actively developed and supported by the world’s largest software company, Microsoft. Microsoft is heavily invested in their development platforms, their developer community, and supporting the software companies use to run these applications. This means you don’t need to worry about your software becoming yesterday’s news any time soon.
Largest Companies That Use .NET
|Company||Revenue||Number of employees|
|Samsung||$199.62 billion (2020)||287,439 (2019)|
|Microsoft||$168 billion (2021)||181,000+ (2021)|
|JP Morgan Chase||$119.53 billion (2020)||255,351 (2020)|
|Intel||$77.86 billion (2020)||110,600+ (2019)|
|Cisco||$48.07 billion (2020)||79,500+ (2020)|
|Dell||$23.5 billion (2021)||158,000+ (2020)|
|Capgemini||$14.95 billion (2020)||219,000+ (2019)|
|Intuit||$7.83 billion (2020)||13,500+ (2020)|
|GoDaddy||$3.31 billion (2020)||7,024 (2019)|
|Xero||$0.50 billion (2020)||3,000+ (2020)|
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