Implement authentication in your app with Azure Active Directory B2C

Spanish (Mexico) Introductory Identity

This session is a brief introduction to Azure Active Directory B2C and a real example how to use it with Blazor.


Juan Carlos Calderón Cuellar

Staff Software Development Engineer at Jalasoft

I’m passionate about technology, one of my areas of interest is Cloud Computing with Microsoft Azure and the other is the development of audio and video streaming applications. I participated in many talks in my country, Bolivia. I work in Jalasoft as a Staff SDE. I have some Microsoft certifications like MCSD, MCSA, MTA

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