Fellow .NET Users,
Is it me, or is time flying? Maybe it's just that there's so much activity right now. Here's what's on the top of my mind:
- Microsoft Build is happening May 24th - 26th. If you're a developer on the Microsoft platform, this is the most important conference of the year!
- The local Connectaha Conference is happening July 25th. I've really enjoyed this conference and I'm glad it's back!
- Nebraska Code is happening July 14th - 15th. This is probably my favorite local conference for immersing in new technology.
- And don't forget that your Omaha .NET user group meets on the last Thursday of EVERY month. We haven't missed a beat, and we're working hard to build the best technology community in Omaha.
We're going to change it up a bit this month and go back to a virtual meeting. We will NOT be meeting in-person. Our next meeting will take place on Thursday, May 26th, starting at 6:00 PM. Our sponsor for this meeting, Orion Advisor Solutions, will be giving away 4 $50 gift cards. I hope you'll be able to join us for what I'm sure will be an awesome meeting.Host:
C# Blazor and Blazor UI Components – Why your next project should be Blazor/Web Assembly by Timothy Ingledue
In this session we will walk through the creation of a new Blazor Server .net6 application and discuss many aspects of value for any .net 6/core blazor/wasm project. How do you pick between Blazor and/or Web Assembly? We will be showing casing the Blazor UI Lifecycle by adding in descriptive logs for us to review in real-time. We will create custom components and demonstrate the passing data values from a grand parent component down to a grand child component utilizing cascading parameters. In addition we will implement the Mud Blazor component library and see how using Mud Blazor will take your application to the next level. At the end of the session the code will be made available via github.Speakers:
Timothy Ingledue is an accomplished software engineer with over two decades of experience in the field. Specializing in the Microsoft and AWS cloud technology stacks, Timothy has worked on a variety of projects across different industries, ranging from industrial to finance to e-commerce.
Throughout his career, Timothy has demonstrated a deep understanding of software development principles, including software design, coding, testing, and deployment. He has a strong background in C#, .NET, Web Assembly, Blazor, Azure, DynamoDB, and SQL Server, among other technologies. He is also experienced in agile methodologies, DevOps practices, and cloud infrastructure.
In addition to his technical skills, Timothy is also an effective communicator and collaborator, able to work effectively with both technical and non-technical stakeholders. He is committed to staying up-to-date with the latest industry trends and technologies, and is passionate about sharing his knowledge and expertise with others through presentations and mentoring.Sponsors:
Orion Advisor Solutions
Orion Advisor Solutions is a financial wealth management technology company that builds custom developed software. Orion’s unified tech stack is built to seamlessly connect advisors and their clients to plan for the future, invest intelligently and achieve financial goals. If the solution our advisors need doesn’t exist, we build it ourselves, pioneering possibilities to help our advisors achieve their vision of success and evolve our business ahead of industry trends. Our ability to push the boundaries of traditional advisor tech is driven by a hunger for continuous improvement and a willingness to disrupt ourselves, and the industry, to stay ahead of customer expectations and deliver the tools and resources advisors need to grow their businesses. Orion is a tech powerhouse, designed to bring together leading-edge technology and wealth management.
Orion continues to grow and now have around 1,400+ employees across the US. We offer day one benefits, and you can work 100% remote or go into the office if you want. We know you’ve been hearing the hype so join us to learn from our team and hear more about Orion!
Check us out at https://orion.com/
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