Is .NET Framework MVC still relevant in 2020? (edit)

CQRShttps://codewithshadman.com/cqrs/

CRUD in Angular 9 + ASP.NET Core 3.1 Web APIhttp://www.codaffection.com/asp-net-core-article/angular-crud-with-asp-net-core-web-api/ (step by step)

Immutablehttps://cezarypiatek.github.io/post/immutable-types-with-roslyn/

Micro ORMshttps://pknopf.com/post/2019-09-22-the-argument-against-entity-framework-and-for-micro-orms/

Event store in C#https://itnext.io/implementing-event-store-in-c-8a27138cc90 (source code)

Object Mapperhttps://www.twilio.com/blog/building-blazing-fast-object-mapper-c-sharp-net-core

Code Generation on .NEThttps://reubenbond.github.io/posts/codegen-1 (Orleans)

https://killalldefects.com/2019/09/23/a-love-letter-to-net/

https://killalldefects.com/2019/12/28/the-dream-of-csharp-9-0/

https://crosscuttingconcerns.com/The-Third-Annual-csharp-Advent

https://www.garoyeri.dev/2019-12/command-line-tools-netcore-31/

https://www.danylkoweb.com/Blog/10-more-useful-c-extension-methods-for-2019-H7

Samples in .NET Core 3.1

https://github.com/malscent/IntervalCronGenerator

https://github.com/pauldotknopf/sharp-data-access

Backend

https://dottutorials.net/top-5-backend-frameworks-to-learn-in-2020/

ASP.NET MVC Courses Online

https://www.udemy.com/topic/aspnet-mvc/

ASP.NET Web API

https://www.guru99.com/asp-net-web-api-interview-questions.html

https://www.fullstack.cafe/blog/asp-net-web-api-interview-questions

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