Mar 27, 2023
Chris is a Microsoft MVP, author, and software engineer with over 17 years of experience with ASP.NET. Passionate about sharing his knowledge with the community, he regularly writes both for his own blog as well as others — such as Visual Studio magazine, Progress Telerik, and StackOverflow. This passion for blogging led to his first book, Blazor in Action, a practical guide to building Blazor applications. He also maintains several popular open-source projects under the GitHub organization, Blazored. When not tapping on a keyboard, Chris is a keen speaker, having delivered talks at both user groups and conferences all over the world.
Topics of Discussion:
[1:15] Jeffrey puts out a call for those who may be looking to work with him.
[4:41] What was Chris’s start in the industry?
[10:07] Chris talks about falling in love with Blazor and why he is so passionate about it.
[12:10] Chris shares how he got into blogging and why he thinks it should be for everyone, not just those at the senior level.
[15:22] Talks about winning the Microsoft MVP award.
[15:48] How does Chris talk about Blazor when creating a new application? Are there defaults that he goes to?
[21:51] Chris talks about his organizational technique on the client side.
[25:05] In Chris’s book, Blazor In Action, he talks about GitHub repositories that he likes.
[27:04] Structuring web APIs from a security perspective.
[28:00] How does Chris segment different projects?
[33:47] What is Chris’s favorite method of putting together an authentication flow?
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