Only applications that are intended to assist developers in learning .NET application development should be submitted to this category. Generally the source code to the applications should be freely available.

Other applications should be submitted to an appropriate category under Computers: Software, depending on the functionality provided.

Sample applications that assist developers in learning the development of .NET applications. These sample applications typically come with source code.
Only applications that are intended to assist developers in learning .NET application development should be submitted to this category. Generally the source code to the applications should be freely available.

Other applications should be submitted to an appropriate category under Computers: Software, depending on the functionality provided.

.Net programming related bulletin boards, discussion groups, and message boards.
Offering a variety of .Net platform focused services, including consulting, custom programming and training.
The Compact Framework is Microsoft's implementation of the .NET framework for small devices with limited resources. It is a subset of the full framework with extensions only valuable for mobile devices.
Please do only submit sites which are related to the Compact Framework.
A place for any personal web pages that have some information on .Net .
This category lists languages which support, or have support available, for the Microsoft .NET software platform.
This category is for website submissions containing general resources for .Net programming.
Websites that contain specifically/mainly one resource (only tutorials, only tools, only articles, etc.) should be listed in the more specific category.
Tools to aid in development and use of .NET applications.
This category is for components that have been specifically created for the .NET platform. COM components should be submitted to Computers: Programming: Component Frameworks: COM: Components.

.NET controls that primarily render UI elements should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory.

Groups formed for developers with interest in .NET related technologies.