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Trying to figure out the latest technology is hard!

New tech comes along and everyone is talking about it. But how do you learn it?

You can't find any good tutorials. You look at examples but don't know where to start.

Sure, you want to learn Blazor WebAssembly.

I am going to teach you five key topics of Blazor WebAssembly.

But what about the next new thing that comes out?

You don't just need someone to tell you the answer. You need to learn the skill that will set you up for a career in coding. You need to learn the essential skill of reading, deconstructing, and understanding code.

But I am going to do more than that. I am going to take you behind the curtain to show you how I learned them. As we go through each component together you are going to learn how to learn the next new thing that comes along.

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Exploring C#: Blazor WebAssembly

Exploring C#: Blazor WebAssembly

This course does two things.

First, This course teaches you about five key topics in Blazor WebAssembly, including components, custom CSS, Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), Localization, and JavaScript Interop (the ability to call JavaScript from C#).

Second, this course also teaches you how to learn those topics as if you were learning on your own. It goes through the cycle of identifying a cool feature in a code sample, figuring out how it works, tweaking it to see what it can do, and then creating a sample project to practice what you have learned.

The result is not just solid training on Blazor WebAssembly. It's also great training to go beyond what this course covers. You will be prepared to learn new topics based upon the skills you gained in this course in reading and understanding code.

  • Understand WebAssembly

  • Custom CSS
  • Progressive Web Apps

  • Localization

  • JavaScript Interop

  • Components

  • Azure Deployment

  • 5 Sample Projects

  • Reading Code

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What Do I Get?

Five Projects

Each sample project increases your understanding and serves as a valuable future reference.

Train for Tomorrow

Learn to read and understand code in a way that unlocks further learning and mastery.

Practice Assignments

Homework assignments give you the chance to truly master the material.


You won't just learn about Blazor WebAssembly. You'll gain insight into how this tech works with other systems.

Lifetime Access

On demand access allows you to learn at your own pace and revisit the course when you want.

6+ Hours of Video

You will get 6+ hours of content, carefully designed, and perfectly paced.

Course Curriculum


Tim's videos are, and always have been, the perfect tutorials for me. They mostly start off with a short introduction into the topic and then explain the matter within an easily understandable example. All of this is done in a way that the content, or newly learned features, can actually be transferred into our real-world-application--and that is THE most important thing about Tim's videos.

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Real Training for the Real World

You're not interested in being impressed with some expert's knowledge. I get that. That's why I won't waste your time. Here's what I will do: I will train you to be a developer in the real world. The video lessons, source code for you to follow along, and homework assignments help you quickly develop a deep grasp of the subject.

Connected and In Context

I design my courses to help you connect what you learn to the larger world of development. Throughout each course, I will show you how this new information works in the context of a modern developer's workflow. You won't be left wondering how to use this new technology in your situation.

Meet the Instructor

Tim Corey learned software development the hard way, with lots of dead-ends, confusion, and knowledge gaps. His goal is to make learning software development easier through clear tutorials, best practices, and relating everything to the real world.

Tim is a three-time Microsoft MVP award recipient. Recognized as a "technology expert who passionately shares their knowledge with the community." Tim trains millions of developers on YouTube, is a highly rated conference speaker, and (most importantly) an expert real-world developer who cares about your success!

What Our Students Are Saying

Tim is training real-world developers every day. The results speak for themselves. Check out what our students are saying!

"Tim breaks down complicated topics into very simple and easy-to-understand steps."'

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"Tim's content is some of the best available. The practical and comprehensive approach makes learning new technology fun and interesting."

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"A huge driving force in helping me land a job in development."

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Money Back Guarantee

I do my best to provide the highest quality training to help you become a successful developer. But if this course isn't for you, then you can count on a no-hassle 30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?

The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course; you decide when you start and when you finish.

How long do I have access to the course?

How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like; across any and all devices you own.

What if I am unhappy with the course?

We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Personal Note

I know learning software development can be hard. Most tutorials take you partway down the path. They point you in the right direction but then leave you short of the finish line.

I know because I've been there. Again and again, I felt lost, frustrated, and alone. I didn't know if I was doing it right. I felt like everyone else knew more than me. I felt like an imposter.

I figured things out the hard way. But I don't think you should have to go through what I did to be a developer. That's why I do what I do.

I walk with you all the way from the starting line to the finish line so you can win in the real world.

Are you ready to take the easier path to real-world developer?