May 13, 2019
Joining Jeffrey Palermo today is Jeff Fritz! Jeff is the Senior Program Manager in Microsoft’s Developer Division working on the .Net Community Team. He's a long-time web developer and survivor of the .com era. He has built large software-as-a-service applications in every version of ASP.NET, with a focus on performance and scalability. Four days a week you can catch Jeff writing code and teaching folks how to get ahead in the software industry on a live video stream called, “Fritz and Friends” on Twitch! You can also catch Jeff on a previous episode of The Azure DevOps Podcast; “Party with Palermo at the Microsoft MVP Summit!”
This week, the two Jeffreys will be discussing .Net Core and Blazor! They talk about Jeff’s background in the industry and what he’s currently up to, his current findings in the space of .Net Core 3.0 and Blazor, his experimentation with Blazor and Akka.NET, and whether or not the Blazor model will become the norm for web applications. Jeff also reviews what’s available for developers to use today vs. what they may have to wait a bit for, and gives his recommendations on what listeners should follow up on to learn more about Blazor and Akka.NET.
Topics of Discussion:
[:42] About today’s episode.
[2:05] Jeff gives his background; how he came to work at Microsoft, caught the “speaking bug,” and how he decided to become a video streamer on Twitch.
[7:50] Jeff talks about the logistics of some of the longer format video streams he conducts.
[9:10] What Jeff is finding in the space of .Net Core 3 and Blazor.
[15:21] Jeff deciphers what is available for developers to use right now vs. what they have to wait a bit for.
[20:19] Will the Blazor model become the norm for web applications?
[26:49] About Jeff’s experimentation with Blazor and Akka.NET.
[33:01] How Akka.NET is architecturally different (from Hub-and-spoke or a bus pattern). If you’re an an ASP-controller, what does it look like?
[34:44] Resources Jeff recommends to learn more about Blazor and Akka.NET.
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