Chris Sainty on Blazor.net, Razor Components, and working with Microsoft on Open Source projects
One of the great things about going to tech conferences that are local to where you live, are that you find people in your area that you were unaware of that are doing amazing things.
Last month I attended nor(DEV):con in Norwich, UK. Whilst I was there I ran into Chris Sainty and we got talking. Chris is something of an expert on Blazor. What’s Blazor, you ask? Well, it’s a Microsoft open source project and part of the open source .NET platform. I’d not previously been aware of it, so I thought I’d sit down with Chris and ask him about it. Here’s our chat (in a fairly windy Norwich):
I love this sentence from Chris: It’s been fantastic…the interaction with the team…it’s so cool to actually directly interact with the team that built the project. For me, this is the best part of the way that Microsoft interacts with the community today.
If Blazor sounds as interesting to you as it did to me, then here is how you can learn more:
Thanks very much to Chris for giving up his lunchbreak to enable this to happen.