Sometime in June 2021, I set out on a journey to write a book in the middle of a global pandemic. I had no idea what I was doing (all things considered, I still don’t know what I’m doing). But I do know that I truly enjoy helping others. I hope you enjoy the book as much as I enjoyed writing it. Amazon Preview Foreword by Steve Sanderson Web development has been a dominating feature of the software industry for over 20 years and is likely to remain so for many years to come.
Every time a developer encounters a new technology it’s in our nature to explore it. This is the case with WebAssembly, and Microsoft’s vision of the world in Blazor. Blazor is single page application framework that sits atop of WebAssembly, but it’s still considered an experiment. I had the chance to interview Steve Sanderson about WebAssembly and Blazor – I shared . Now, I’d like to explore Blazor with you a bit more.
I set out a while ago to try to interview various community leaders for their take on WebAssembly. If you’re unfamiliar with WebAssembly, here’s a definition for you. WebAssembly is a binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine webassembly.org Additionally, one of the other’s that I reached out to was Scott Hanselman. Scott offered up something really special, rather than replying to the questions - he gave me an unpublished interview (that has since been published) that he did with Steve Sanderson on his hanselminutes podcast !