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Apart from the first thing being that "you know the C# language, and the specification about the device architechture", you need to know that there is no such device yet created (or in my knowledge) that can run when it is "off"; as you've mentioned.

Then, you can go and Google for any such device, that you can find helpfull, in executing your set of instructions, if you're not going to purchase a server. There are multiple choices for you to select from, and you will find yourself easy to find a lot of new devices in the market that let you kick-start your projects by coding them out. Raspberry Pi is one of them, and you can write application for it, to make it work as you want it to.
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