A good software project is (among other things!) measured by the quality of its documentation, but setting up a good documentation workflow isn’t trivial. Th...
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JSON and Databases
Npgsql 4.0 was finally released on May 30th, and as the release notes mention, a big focus of that release was making the driver as fast as it could be.
PostgreSQL 10 added a ton of exciting new features which everyone should look at. Npgsql and the EF Core provider have been updated to support those features...
Prepare Thy Statements
A post of mine just got published on the Microsoft MVP blog, about how Entity Framework Core allows exposing database-specific features in ways not possible ...
Microsoft has recently released the new version of the build tools for .NET Core. As previously announced, the new build system will be MSBuild-based (oh pro...
Since the last time I wrote about logging, Microsoft appears to be working on something totally new as part of ASP.NET vNext.
Microsoft has recently announced open-sourcing .NET Core, which will eventually lead to open-sourcing the entire .NET Framework. The next version of .NET, wh...
One developer’s adventures trying to sanely log from a third-party .NET library