.NET meetups are a great and fun way of meeting other likeminded developers, and joining one couldn’t be easier. Learn about tricks & tips, discover the latest .NET has to offer, or just come to be inspired.
StackOverflow is one of the most used sites for asking general purpose programming questions, and there are a lot of great answers to .NET questions already.
To make the most of StackOverflow, we recommend reading their How do I ask a good question? guide.
The official home of .NET on GitHub. It's a great starting point to find many .NET OSS projects from Microsoft and the community, including many that are part of the .NET Foundation.
@dotnet is the main Twitter account you can follow to keep in touch with the team and get updates. Of course, do not miss out on these other teams that also work on the .NET platform:
If you're more of a Facebook fan, you can also visit our Facebook page.
On .NET is a show that takes a deeper look at the APIs, the tooling, and some of the interesting projects being created in the .NET ecosystem.
ASP.NET Community Standup is a live weekly show hosted by the ASP.NET team. These casual sessions are full of demos, Q&A, and discussion about what's happening in ASP.NET.
The .NET Foundation is an independent organization to foster open development and collaboration around the .NET ecosystem.
Call us old school, but we do love to write detailed content for people to consume on the .NET Blog. Web developers, you may also want to visit the ASP.NET Blog.
Gitter is a messaging and collaboration solution for GitHub projects. The dotnet community on Gitter is a great place to ask questions and connect with the .NET team.