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Occasionally I peruse the trending GitHub repos, and came across this. Unix centric, though there is mention of C#/.NET, but the whole ASP.NET stack is totally missing. None-the-less, this is probably just 1% of the entire playing field.
Similar to what I was thinking. I'm familiar with a some of the tech on the roadmap like TypeScript, Angular, PostCSS, Redis, etc but the only thing I use frequently is the ASP.NET stack, AWS, TypeScript, and a DB. I feel like I should go hug the nearest non-ASP.NET dev
Or, to put it another way, these are the things this particular developer is familiar with, which suggests to me that he came up through the PHP/Node.js route. Funnily enough, the one thing I find becoming less and less relevant nowadays is Node and I say this as someone who likes where Node was at a couple of years ago.