When Microsoft first launched .NET, the vision was to offer a viable alternative to Java and the JVM – a runtime and associated language(s) that could run anywhere.
With MAUI, that original dream is becoming a reality.
Whether you’re building for cloud, mobile, browser, desktop, IoT devices, servers, embedded systems…the list goes on and on – you can write code in .NET and it will run anywhere.
With a dash of .NET, a pinch of Blazor, and a sprinkling of MAUI, you no longer need to React to any funny angles – you can have your .NET cake and eat it too.
In this talk, Matt welcomes you into his full stack .NET dream, and shows you how you can build anything in .NET, and run it everywhere.
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About the speakers
Drawing on a combination of hands-on experience and enterprise governance practices, Matt is able to make connections between business and technology to deliver user and business focused outcomes.
Matt has worked in IT for 15 years, with a background in infrastructure and management, and has delivered security policies, IT strategies and disaster recovery plans to a number of high profile national and multi-national clients.
Throughout his career Matt has enjoyed scripting and programming and used these skills to enhance his work in other areas, but has now turned to developing software full-time, specialising in .NET Core, Angular, Xamarin and Azure as well as security and authentication.
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