Yet Another Podcast #120 – Breeze Roundtable

An extraordinary roundtable…breeze dandilions 25pct

  • Brian Noyes – Pluralsight Author
  • Ward Bell – VP of IdeaBlade.  Mr. Breeze.
  • John Papa – Microsoft Regional Director/ MVP
  • Jon Galloway – Microsoft Evangelist and some-time co-host

Been holding off on publishing this until my Web API / Breeze course was ready for Pluralsight.  Still not quite there, but I couldn’t wait any longer.  Great conversation with some fascinating folks. 

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About Jesse Liberty

Jesse Liberty is a Master Consultant for Falafel Software, and has three decades of experience writing and delivering software projects. He is the author of 2 dozen books and multiple Pluralsight courses, and has been a Technical Evangelist for Telerik and for Microsoft, a Distinguished Software Engineer for AT&T, a VP for Information Services for Citibank and a Software Architect for PBS.
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2 Responses to Yet Another Podcast #120 – Breeze Roundtable

  1. Cliff Eby says:

    Great podcast. As a novice trying to learn .Net and the MEAN stack as an avocation, I have two questions.
    1. Assume a multi-platform MEAN app that has you taking a quiz. User has an hour to answer questions on a test. Should my post backs be based on time, # of answers, user saves, completion, or some other criterion? In addition to the Breeze or Angular data model, should I use local storage in case of lost connectivity?
    2. Ward discussed the Breeze validation benefits. He commented that you should always validate on the server, but then discussed validation in the Breeze model. Is the Breeze model adequately secure to trust validation? Does Breeze pull validation logic from the server/database validation service (Mongoose in my case)?

  2. Paulo Boto says:

    I’d like to ask you why the podcasts end abruptly: it seems that the ending part has been cut off.

    Thank you very much for all the very interesting podcasts you are producing.

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