Nov 22, 2021
This week, Michael Washington is once again joining the podcast to discuss all things Blazor! He previously joined the podcast on episode 88, where he discussed the state of Blazor back in May 2020.
Michael is an ASP.NET and C# programmer who has extensive knowledge in process improvement, billing systems, and student information systems. He also is the founder of two websites, AiHelpWebsite.com and BlazorHelpWebsite.com — both fantastic resources that help empower developers. Michael resides in Los Angeles, California, with his son Zachary and wife, Valerie.
Hot off the heels of .NET Conf, there is tons to discuss regarding Blazor and .NET 6! Michael shares the key announcement that developers should be looking out for, the announcements he was personally most excited for, and his advice for those looking to just get started with Blazor. He also speaks about some of his recently published books on the topics of Blazor Oqtane and Blazor WebAssembly, speaks about the current state of third-party UI controls and components, and where you can go to take an even deeper dive into everything he discusses today.
Topics of Discussion:
[:36] About The Azure DevOps Podcast, Clear Measure; the new video podcast Architect Tips; and Jeffrey’s offer to speak at virtual user groups.
[1:11] About today’s episode with Michael Washington.
[1:37] Jeffrey welcomes Michael back to the podcast!
[1:58] Michael introduces himself, shares his career background, and what led him to focus on Blazor.
[4:45] Michael speaks about Azure Communication Services and how to make it work with Blazor.
[7:51] The #1 announcement Michael was most excited for at .NET Conf: hot reload.
[11:38] Michael highlights some of the other key announcements at the recent .NET Conf.
[14:58] A word from Azure DevOps Podcast’s sponsor: Clear Measure.
[15:32] Michael speaks about the different types of Blazor applications (beyond serverside and WebAssembly) and gives an overview of the landscape of Blazor going into 2022.
[20:00] Why Michael urges listeners to give Blazor a try if you have not already.
[22:27] Michael shares his insights on WebAssembly and what he currently uses it for.
[25:34] About Michael’s recent ebooks, Custom Blazor Oqtane Modules Succinctly and Blazor WebAssembly Succinctly.
[28:27] The current state of the third-party UI controls and components.
[31:34] Michael shares some parting advice on what developers should know about when it comes to .NET 6 and Blazor.
[34:06] Jeffrey thanks Michael for joining The Azure DevOps Podcast once again!
Mentioned in this Episode:
Architect Tips — New video podcast!
Clear Measure (Sponsor)
.NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!
bit.ly/dotnetdevopsebook — Click here to download the .NET DevOps for Azure ebook!
Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!
DEVintersection Conference — Dec. 7th‒9th in Las Vegas, Nevada (Use discount code: PALERMO)
An Introduction to Building Applications with Blazor: How to get started creating applications using this existing easy to use Microsoft C# framework, by Michael Washington
Blazor Succinctly, by Michael Washington
“Advanced Blazor Templating,” by Michael Washington
Blazor Succinctly, by Michael Washington (ebook)
Custom Blazor Oqtane Modules Succinctly, by Michael Washington (ebook)
Blazor WebAssembly Succinctly, by Michael Washington (ebook)
Azure DevOps Podcast Ep. 157 “Konstantin Dinev on Multi-Team DevOps”
Azure DevOps Podcast Ep. 155 “Jason Beres on DevOps for Shipping Libraries”
Azure DevOps Podcast Ep. 154 “Dean Guida on the Future of .NET Components”
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