Drat. Can anyone suggest resources for a crash course on the .net ecosystem for a js developer who grew up on php?

Might be worth pointing out that the .NET ecosystem can vary hugely. Where one product might have a React front end with .NET web APIs driving the data, another product might be based on .NET Webforms with legacy code dating back nearly 2 decades, then you've got .NET MVC somewhere in the middle, and even Silverlight. It's a very mature grounding that can be used extremely broadly.

@mynamesleon @meredith_matthews good point. Right now I'm assuming it's, somewhere between 3 and a million years old. I haven't gotten into the actual codebase yet, the boss doesn't know what team he wants to put me on right now.

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