.NET Core is a cross-platform version of .NET and its going everywhere. So here is my tale on how I got .NET Core running on Raspberry Pi 3B.
I have used RPI earlier running Windows 10 IoT and it was a very familiar experience as I have been more of a Windows guy for few decades. My non-Windows experience comes from working on Yocto Linux version for an embedded project and writing firmware on it.
Since the release of .NET Core, I wanted to experiment on non-Windows platforms, since .NET Core is a cross-platform version of .NET for building websites, services, and console apps. Other benefit is that we can run docker also on Raspberry Pi. So let us get started.
Installing Raspberry Pi OS on an SD Card to boot the Raspberry Pi is pretty simple. You can go through the steps as mentioned here.
Keep in mind, above steps work only for the current terminal session. In order to make it work in all terminal sessions we need few additional steps.