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Episode 60 - .NET6, streaming and making everything green with Jeff Fritz

Coding After Work Podcast

In this episode, we have invited Jeff Fritz back to the show to talk about what's new in .NET 6. May contain traces of total green screen geek out. https://www.twitch.tv/csharpfritz https://twitter.com/csharpfritz Sponsors: NDC Conference https://www.ndcoslo.com Progress Telerik https://bit.ly/blazorui If: https://bit.ly/ifdev 

58mins

30 Aug 2021

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What It Means to Flourish with Dr. Jeff Fritz

Well, Well, Well…

In this episode, Dr. Fritz shares his expansive knowledge on the concept of flourishing and we discuss the overlap and differences with wellness. Enjoy and be well!  Special Guest: Dr. Jeff Fritz, Central WI Campus Medical School (jefritz@mcw.edu) Dimensions of Wellness Covered: Spiritual, Environmental, Social, Physical, Intellectual, Mental/Emotional, Occupational  Additional Resources: Character-Education-in-Universities.pdf (oxfordcharacter.org) On the promotion of human flourishing - PubMed (nih.gov)

22mins

27 Aug 2021

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Jeff Fritz on Blazor, Azure & Much More

YapCast – Jesse Liberty

Much is in .NET 5, much more is coming in .Net 6. Jeff and I explore all the new goodies. Links will be posted soon. http://jesseliberty.com/wp-content/media/Show197.mp3

5 Jun 2021

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4. The promise of Blazor and the benefits of sharing source code - with Jeff Fritz

Betatalks the podcast

We talk with Jeff Fritz who is focused on educating the Microsoft tech community. We dive into the promising features of Blazor and a hybrid approach. How Blazor as a progressive web application is a really powerful idea, building faster and more efficient applications that work everywhere. We talk about the positive change in openness and transparency at Microsoft. Sharing source code and previews, creating more and more content. And how this led to a lot of positive outcomes – pull requests, bug reports, and feedback from the community – but how do you handle negativity and trolls? Furthermore, we talk about .NET Conf, virtual events, appreciating viewers, doing better for the next generation and where did the rainbow beard come from?About this episode, and Jeff in particular: you can find @csharpfritz on Twitter, watch him code live on Twitch, or visit his website jeffreyfritz.com. There you will find more content about his KlipTok project, an enterprise scale Blazor application.More info on Blazor: check out Build client web apps with C# and Blazor Tutorial- Build your first Blazor app. About Betatalks: have a look at our videos and join us on our Betatalks discord channel.

52mins

7 May 2021

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Jeff Fritz on Blazor Webassembly Architecture - Episode 127

Azure DevOps Podcast

Jeff Fritz is joining the podcast today! This is his second guest appearance. He  is an experienced developer, technical educator and PM on the .NET team at Microsoft. He founded The Live Coders team on Twitch, and regularly livestreams builds of websites and fun applications. You can follow Jeff for more .NET, .NET Core and Visual Studio content on Twitch and Twitter at @csharpfritz. In this episode, Jeff talks about what you’re missing out when it comes to Blazor web assembly and Blazor server side. Jeff has been getting a lot of skeptical comments lately on whether this .net application is ready for the real deal, and he shares his opinions for what it's most useful for. He also has a live project that you can check out and beta test! Listen in as Jeff talks deployment and the future of where this application is headed.    Topics of Discussion: [:38] Be sure to visit AzureDevOps.Show for past episodes and show notes. [1:00] About The Azure DevOps Podcast, Clear Measure, and Jeffrey’s offer to speak at virtual user groups. [1:20] Clear Measure is hiring! Be sure to check out the link in the show notes. [1:30] About Jeffrey’s newest podcast, Architect Tips! [1:59] About today’s episode with return guest, Jeff Fritz! [2:35] Jeffrey welcomes Jeff back on to the podcast. [3:15] Jeff shares what he’s currently up to and why he’s currently obsessed with live streaming.  [6:45] Both Jeffery and Jeff can’t wait to get back to live conferences when this is all over.  [7:45] Jeff kid’s are currently doing online school and they’re missing the social interactions.  [8:45] Is .Net Blazor really ready for primetime?  [10:35] Nothing is an overnight success. Let’s give Blazor some breathing room to see how it matures.  [11:20] Jeff shares some of the fun things he’s been doing with Blazor.  P12:55] What’s the difference between the web assembly version vs. the server version, and when should you be using which?  [14:40] What makes Blazor different from other .Net apps?  [18:05] How do successfully connect and deploy this application? [24:00] A word from Azure DevOps Podcast’s sponsor: Clear Measure. [24:40] Do we need to be thinking about containers when it comes to Blazor? Jeff argues it’s even simpler than that.  [27:05] Jeff breaks down the compatibility level of Blazor web assembly.  [28:05] Blazor web assembly not compatible with your particular use case? You can convert it on server side for more flexibility.    [29:35] Jeff shares some of the projects he’s currently working on.  [33:05] Listener challenge! Test out Jeff’s project.  [37:30] We have a whole generation of web developers that have grown up on ‘web for everything’. However, as an industry, we’re slowly going back to native client applications.  [39:30] Jeffrey shares what excites him about Blazor the most.  [41:25] Jeffrey thanks James for joining the podcast. Mentioned in this Episode: Architect Tips — New video podcast! Azure DevOps Clear Measure (Sponsor) .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer's Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon! bit.ly/dotnetdevopsebook — Click here to download the .NET DevOps for Azure ebook! Jeffrey Palermo’s Youtube Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events! The Azure DevOps Podcast’s Twitter: @AzureDevOpsShow Jeffreyfritz.com Kliptok.com Twitch: @csharpfritz Twitter: @csharpfritz Blazortrain.com Want to Learn More? Visit AzureDevOps.Show for show notes and additional episodes.

42mins

8 Feb 2021

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Blazor Static Web Apps with Jeff Fritz

.NET Rocks!

What's a Blazor Static Web App, and why should you care? Carl and Richard talk to Jeff Fritz about how the new Azure Static Web App service can be combined with Blazor to do dynamic things on the client, without any client rendering on the server. The conversation ranges over a variety of web development technologies, including Web Forms, Angular, and more. Static doesn't mean boring!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/net-rocks/donations

56mins

2 Feb 2021

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Episode 37: .NET 036: dotNET – Blazoring with C# with Jeff Fritz

Adventures in .NET

In this episode of Adventures in .NET, guest, Jeff Fritz and panelists have lots of fun talking about all things .NET – .NET Core, .NET Standard, Blazor, Webforms, Classic ASP and more. Sponsors PVS-Studio | Try PVS-Studio for free using the promo code; #advdotnet CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL CacheFly Panel Shawn Clabough Caleb Wells Wai Liu Special Guest Jeff Fritz Links Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 Release Candidate Mobile Blazor https://github.com/FritzAndFriends/BlazorWebFormsComponents 40 Years on, PAC-MAN Recreated with AI by NVIDIA Researchers Picks Shawn Clabough Microsoft PowerToys Caleb Westworld – Season 3 Wai Oppo Reno 5G Smartphone Jeff Twitch.tv Follow us on Twitter > @dotNET_Podcast

1hr 12mins

1 Sep 2020

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.NET 036: dotNET – Blazoring with C# with Jeff Fritz

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

In this episode of Adventures in .NET, guest, Jeff Fritz and panelists have lots of fun talking about all things .NET – .NET Core, .NET Standard, Blazor, Webforms, Classic ASP and more. Sponsors PVS-Studio | Try PVS-Studio for free using the promo code; #advdotnet CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL CacheFly Panel Shawn Clabough Caleb Wells Wai Liu Special Guest Jeff Fritz Links Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 Release Candidate Mobile Blazor https://github.com/FritzAndFriends/BlazorWebFormsComponents 40 Years on, PAC-MAN Recreated with AI by NVIDIA Researchers Picks Shawn Clabough Microsoft PowerToys Caleb Westworld – Season 3 Wai Oppo Reno 5G Smartphone Jeff Twitch.tv Follow us on Twitter > @dotNET_Podcast

1hr 12mins

1 Sep 2020

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27: Vote Steve! the succinct politician, Midtown ain't Downtown, Bring back Jeff Fritz

Three for the Road: Vermont News and Commentary

Glo sold us out halfway through. What a diva. (Don't tell her I wrote that)This week we covered:Facebook failed usVote SteveVermont Testing failsExperience UMatt's double lifeThe Midtown Motel South Burlington slur guy - not great; Incel?Slur guy 2 -deadVermont outsource's prisoners? What?Vergennes update Glo pulls an Ellen and ditches usGeorgia student blows the whistleNRA pulls a Ric FlairThe Kanye thing is insulting to black votersJonathan Swain - a new way of journalizing?Neil Young says stop- who is Trump's playlist?Doyle planted the seedsMatch the booze to the bad behavior. (4 Loko is not included) *The after outro clips are mostly sports, masturbation, and being 40 - see what happens when Glo leaves (don't tell her I said that)Contact the show: 24theroadshow@gmail.com (send us any Vermont music)Intro/Outro Music by B-Complex: http://www.bcomplexproductions.com/home.htmlBreak music by Vermont’s own Rivan C: https://soundcloud.com/rivanc-music

2hr 21mins

9 Aug 2020

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031 - Being a good participant with Jeff Fritz

Kompilator

SponsorVeckans avsnitt av Kompilator sponsras av cfinder, ett nytt konsultnätverk där konsulter och konsultköpare kan mötas utan mellanhänder.Veckans gästJeffrey T. Fritz – or simply “Fritz” is a Program Manager for Microsoft on the ASP.NET and .NET Community Outreach teams. He has lead the ASP.NET Web Forms, and WCF teams and managed the MSDN Web Developer Tools blog. He plans and assists in delivering all .NET and Visual Studio developer content at major Microsoft conferences. Additionally, he manager the Microsoft MVP program’s interactions with the Visual Studio and .NET product teams.TitlarLive coding is like watching a cooking showIs development more craft than engineering?Bartek argues development is like gardening.Jeff hosted a panel on being a good open source participantOpen source is a lot more than just writing the codeHow do you roll off features from your project?We take a deep dive into the .Net foundation.Net Foundation is there to steward the project if the developer gets hit by the lottery busJeff also hosted a session on Blazor for the WebForms developerBlazor on the server and WebForms have a lot in commonIt's a great bridge for old project to upgrade to modern techSomeone got .Net Core running on Windows 3.1How do you show your gratitude to open source authors?One of the best way is documentationFinally, we find out why Jeffs beard is purpleGilla och följ KompilatorOm du gillade detta avsnitt kan du prenumerera på Kompilator i din poddapp. Jag blir jätteglad om du lämnar ett omdöme på iTunes vilket hjälper fler att upptäcka podden.Kompilator hittas på världsvida webben men även på @kompilatorpod på Twitter och LinkedIn.Du är även välkommen in på vår Discord!

42mins

29 Apr 2020

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