When we started coding on NuKeeper, things were different - there were automated update tools for other ecosystems,
but not for .NET, and I was working with a lot of services with a lot of dependencies.
Most (but not all) of these at my work were solutions in .NET full framework version
4.6.2 or the like.
I tried to find the .NET support on "Greenkeeper" before realising what the docs didn't even feel the need to spell out: this was for
node.js and NPM, only. So there was a gap and a need for .NET package automation.
Well, things changed. Most notably, Dependabot got .NET Core support,
and was acquired by GitHub, which was in turn acquired my Microsoft.
Automated package update management is a win for developers, so this is good for people working in .NET.