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    .NET is a developer platform and software framework developed by Microsoft. It can be used to develop anything from games and websites to applications for IoT, mobile, and machine learning. The language and framework are widely embraced for enterprise software that you likely use every day.

    We have a modern and ever-evolving approach to .NET, which includes using .NET Core to run apps on Linux, using other databases like PostgreSQL, and incorporating front-end frameworks like React, Angular, and Vue.

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    End Point Dev’s highly qualified .NET engineers are well rounded and full-stack-capable. By virtue of our many years of combined .NET experience we have familiarity with a wide range of industries, including healthcare, finance, real estate, telephony, and retail.

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