.NET People You Should Follow

“Hello .NET-World”

If you are new to .NET you might first want get acquainted with the the platform. And a good way to do this is to meet the people in this space which drive this platform forward and are welcoming to new faces.

Here is a small list of people you can follow, but be aware: there are many more of them out there ūüôā

People To Follow

Scott Hanselman

Curious, funny and caring human being, showing the world what’s cool about .NET and stuff. Partner Program Manager at Microsoft.
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David Fowler

Creator of the wonderful ASP.NET Core architecture and savior of all those tormented by its predecessor ASP.NET (including Web Forms). Also creator of SignalR, a simple realtime-messaging framework ontop of Web-Sockets (or whatever is available). Partner Software Architect at Microsoft.
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Michal Strehovsk√Ĺ

Bringing .NET to places where noone ever been before, like running .NET on MS DOS and Windows 3.1. Also a .NET AOT pioneer and guru.
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Steve Sanderson

Mastermind and creator of Blazor. Upgraded .NET developers to real SPA developers. Previously known for Knockoutjs. Architect at Microsoft.
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Safia Abdalla

Generator of ASP.NET Core Razor source generators. Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft.
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Immo Landwerth

Guardian of the clean .NET API-surface. Teaches you how to implement you own .NET language with his easy to follow YouTube series. Provider of Dad Jokes. Program Manager for .NET at Microsoft.
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Miguel de Icaza

Father of Mono, Xamarin – and Gnome. Brought .NET to the world outside of Microsoft long before Microsoft itself decided that this would be cool.
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David Ortinau

Captain of Xamarin.Forms/MAUI. Pricipal Program Manager at Microsoft.
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Maddy Leger

Ensures .NET MAUI will be great! Program Manager at Microsoft.
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James Monemagno

Unveils to you what you can do with .NET on mobile devices like iOS and Android.
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Mihhail Maslakov

Pioneer in .NET Hot-Reload land with his visionary products LiveXAML and LiveSharp.
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