Episode 002 – How to find OSS & the .NET Time Loop

The Breakpoint Show
The Breakpoint Show
Episode 002 - How to find OSS & the .NET Time Loop

Link for show notes: https://mastodon.online/@maartenballiauw/110813245607431020

Welcome back to another insightful episode of “The Breakpoint Show”! In our second episode, we’re embarking on a fascinating journey through the realms of the .NET ecosystem. Join us as we uncover the intricate web of .NET open-source projects and delve into an intriguing concept we’ve coined as the “time loop of .NET.”


Ever wondered how to navigate the expansive landscape of .NET open-source projects? We’ve got you covered! In this episode, we’ll guide you to finding and contributing to the thriving world of open-source projects within the .NET community. From libraries and frameworks to tools and utilities, we’ll share tips and strategies for discovering projects that align with your interests and skill set. Whether you’re a seasoned developer or just starting, you’ll gain valuable insights into becoming an active participant in the open-source movement.


But that’s not all – let’s dive into the thought-provoking notion of the “time loop of .NET.” Our podcast hosts have observed a trend in the .NET landscape that harkens back to its roots as an enterprise development platform. We’ll explore the evolving nature of .NET’s focus and how it’s seemingly returning to its origins while embracing modern paradigms. Join us for a candid discussion on the implications of this shift and its potential impact on developers, businesses, and the technology industry as a whole.


Whether you’re passionate about open source or fascinated by the dynamic evolution of technology ecosystems, this episode promises to be a thought-provoking exploration of .NET’s past, present, and future. Tune in as we unravel the mysteries of .NET open-source projects and navigate the intriguing “time loop” phenomenon.

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