Customers all over the world, in many different industries, rely on .NET. Here's what they say.
"Using the same-size server, we were able to go from 1,000 requests per second per node with Node.js to 20,000 requests per second with .NET Core."
- John-Daniel Trask, CEO and Co-Founder
".NET Core is an amazing technology. With .NET Core, our customers can now run the software on a wide spectrum of devices. It also gives us strong benefits with regard to operation costs in the cloud, because we can use it to run some workloads on Linux machines."
- Thomas Gossler, Lead Architect, Digital Ecosystem Platform
"Xamarin allowed us to develop a single code base in C# and deploy the application to two completely different mobile phone ecosystems."
- Scott Hildebrand, Application Development Manager
"The fact that .NET Core is cross-platform allows developers more freedom in how they develop the product, because at the end of the day, it's going to run on .NET Core, and that will be macOS, Linux, or Windows."
- Jonathan Channon, Software Architect
"Our game microservices are built using ASP.NET Core which gives us superior performance. ASP.NET is open source, that allows us to contribute back to it if we have any performance issues which Microsoft review and together we make a better product."
- Ben Adams, CTO and Co-founder
"We believe .NET elegantly handles the trade-off between developer productivity and application performance."
- David Fuller, Vice President of Application & Embedded Software
".NET Core doesn't just help us get to market faster, it also enables our developers to focus on the core logic and what really matters, our players' experience. They don't have to deal with the communication gap and different ways of implementing the algorithm on the back and front end. They can just work on finding better ways to implement their ideas."
- Feng Zhou, Product Director
"Developers can reuse their C# skills to build native Android, iOS and Windows applications that deliver the right information to the right person at the right time."
- Derek Chan, Enterprise Mobility Architect