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I've actually had "small projects" running .net in docker locally.

Compiles and runs fine, kick off the kestrel web server and you're great.

That is however, specifically, the boiler plate stuff. As soon as I started trying to build a multi project solution with various nuget dependencies, things started to fall apart at compile time.

What was interesting to me was the fact that it was nuget transfers that started timing out and failing in the docker build. I can't actually explain what was happening ... and as a weekend d project it was just non critical to make it work in docker. (As opposed to just make it work "full stop".)

When I have more time and confidence, as well as after the tools have matured a little more, I'm definitely going to take another pass at it.

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