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What was Stack Overflow built with?

What was Stack Overflow developed with? It looks like ASP.NET MVC. Is it?

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Not a question... – Ben Fransen Nov 30 '09 at 19:22
    
It is a question. Just one that belongs on meta.stackoverflow.com. – Eric J. Nov 30 '09 at 19:23
    
Belongs on meta I think. – Mark Byers Nov 30 '09 at 19:24
    
@Cullen: Your accept rate is only 8%. You will probably get more and better help if you accept more answers to your questions. – Eric J. Nov 30 '09 at 19:24
    
@Eric: Thanks for pointing that out. I didn't take the time to find out what the percentage meant for one thing. I try my best to be a responsible participant. I don't want to mark a reply as an answer if it is not one so as not to miss lead other users in thinking that's the solution. I'll go through my questions and mark whatever I negelected to mark as answers. – Leo Nix Nov 30 '09 at 22:01
    
No. SO more closely follows the 6to8wks pattern. – Adam Davis Dec 22 '09 at 1:02
up vote 2 down vote accepted

http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2008/09/what-was-stack-overflow-built-with/

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Thanks Robert, this is exactly what I was looking for. – Leo Nix Nov 30 '09 at 22:02
    
@robert Thank for this information – Deddy H Feb 7 '14 at 9:33

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