The presentation topic is focused on Web Development using Blazor, a .NET web framework that uses C#/Razor and HTML to generate code that will run on the browser.
In the current landscape of web development where each day new frameworks appear to "help" facilitate different aspects of the development, Blazor tries to offer some alternatives to the current mainstream: stability, consistency, speed and scalability. Blazor manages to run on the browser via WebAssembly - an open web standard, supported in web browsers without plugins. WebAssembly is a compact bytecode format optimized for fast download and maximum execution speed.
His focus is currently on .NET stack and Web development. Also he is interested in compression - especially image compression (lossless and near-lossless) and computer vision