January 23, 2019, 6PM: Introduction to Blazor, WebAssembly for .NET – James Schafer
Bio: James Schafer is a software developer with a passion for keeping up with the latest technologies. He loves working on coding projects at home when he’s not busy spending time with his wife and two sons. He enjoys using .NET technologies to build all kinds of applications, libraries and tools. You can find him at https://james.jschafer.net.
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