.foo domain name

What is the .foo generic Top Level Domain extension?

A .foo gTLD is a domain extension that represents programming and technology. It is a way to create unique and memorable online identities for websites that are related to coding, development, or innovation. It's also a way to bring a community of enthusiasts who share a passion for code together.
Foo is a term used by programmers as a placeholder for a value that can change, depending on conditions or on information passed to the program. It's similar to how web/graphic designers use Lorem ipsum as a place holder for text that will change in their designs.

Who can use a .foo domain?

If you are a web developer or innovator who wants to have a unique and memorable online identity, you should consider getting a .foo gTLD. A .foo gTLD is a domain extension that is specially designed for web developers, app developers, software developers and other coding enthusiasts who love to create and experiment with new projects. Whether you are a professional developer, a hobbyist coder, or a student learning to code, a .foo gTLD will let you showcase your projects, portfolios, blogs, and more in a domain space that is dedicated to development. You will also be able to connect with other coders who use the .foo gTLD and exchange ideas, feedback, and support.

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