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Which tools and technologies were used to build the Trilogy?

Does StackExchange (including Stack Overflow, SuperUser, Server Fault, etc.) use Shapado? Else, what software does it use?

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StackExchange sites use StackExchange (by Fog Creek, written in ASP.NET). Shapado is just a clone.

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Not sure how accurate that is nowadays? See also Does StackExchange 2.0 Share the Same CodeBase with SO? (But, better answered at that question, or at Which tools and technologies were used to build the Trilogy?) – Arjan Sep 2 '10 at 23:46
WOW. StackExchange was written in ASP.NET??? Gross and surprising. – Jake Wilson Aug 17 '11 at 20:04