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This week the Telerik UI for Blazor Team is at BASTA conference in Germany - the leading independent conference for Microsoft, Cloud & Web Technologies. We are also super excited to meet and talk to so many of you - current and future fans of Blazor.

Thanks to everyone who joined the inspiring keynote speech and demo delivered by our Manager of Software Engineering Pavlina Hadzhieva  Goodbye, Client-side JavaScript – Hello, Blazor.

Pavlina Hadzhieva  Goodbye, Client-side JavaScript – Hello, Blazor. 

                         Pavlina Hadzhieva  Goodbye, Client-side JavaScript – Hello, Blazor.

During her session Pavlina gave an overview of the Blazor framework and the paradigm shift it brings with client-side development with C#. She did a demo on building a Blazor application and discussed the benefits that Blazor will bring to your next project. She also shared with the audience the approach and choices that had to be made when developing native components for Blazor. The keynote speech wrapped up with insights around the Telerik UI for Blazor roadmap, lots of applause and follow-up discussions with our team.

Pavlina Hadzhieva  Goodbye, Client-side JavaScript – Hello, Blazor.

                Pavlina Hadzhieva  Goodbye, Client-side JavaScript – Hello, Blazor.

Telerik UI for Blazor Booth at BASTA

                                          Telerik UI for Blazor Booth at BASTA

This week is major for the Telerik UI for Blazor Team for three more reasons:

Happy Blazor Power Week and Stay Tuned for More Exciting News!


Maria Veledinova
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Maria Veledinova

Maria Veledinova is Product Manager for Telerik UI .NET Web components - Blazor, ASP.NET Core, MVC and AJAX. She has experience in the field of product development and transformations of organizations towards forward-looking, innovative and impactful software products. Maria believes that behind every great product along with the cutting-edge technology stands challenging the status quo, close collaboration with the customers, and spirit of experimentation.

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