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The .NET Core Podcast Episode 25 - Blazor: You Want To Run .NET Where?!

dotnetcoreblog profile image Jamie ・3 min read

Hey everyone!

The .NET Core Podcast Episode 25 is finally available for everyone! It's the only podcast devoted to:

  • .NET Core
  • ASP.NET Core
  • EF Core
  • SignalR

and not forgetting The .NET Core community, itself.

The episode should be appearing in your podcatchers as you read this post. But never fear, you can find it here too:

play pause The .NET Core Podcast

What's this episode about? Good question. This episode is a shortened version of a talk I gave at Umbraco Festival UK in November 2018, in which I introduced the wonderful folks there to Blazor. Its a talk that I've done a few times since, and have even included publishing a Blazor app to a real server - which runs for free - whilst I'm talking.

The full show notes and a transcription are available at the show's website

here's a link directly to the show notes

I'd love any and all feedback that you can provide on the show, this episode, or anything related to it.

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but I wont harp on about that

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Serial podcast creator and .NET Core maniac. Can often be found talking about everything and nothing on one of the many podcasts that he produces (only one of them is about .NET Core, honest)

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