It's interesting that when our understanding matures, things people said to you years earlier have more meaning and depth. The title of this blog was something David Anderson said during his Agile and Beyond 2012 keynote. Of all the interesting things I heard at that conference, that phrase has stuck with me ever since.
Tuesday June 28th
NuGet 3.5 Beta 2 for Visual Studio 2015, nuget.exe and NuGet 2.12 RTM for Visual Studio 2013 releases provide quality improvements, performance improvements, .NET Core CLI support, and new target frameworks like netstandard and netcoreapp for our users. ## Downloads All NuGet downloads are available on http://nuget.org/downloads.
I have talked before about the roles of logs (for debug statements) in RavenDB. In this post, I want to start talking about the actual concrete design we have of them. Overall guidelines (in no particular order): As little configuration as possible. Development / Operational - only two levels we support.
Entity Framework (EF) Core is a lightweight, extensible, and cross-platform version of Entity Framework. Today we are making Entity Framework Core 1.0.0 available. This coincides with the release of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core. If you are upgrading an application from RC2 to RTM, be sure to read our Upgrading from RC2 to RTM article.
Monday June 27th
Just an update on the work we've been doing to speed up AutoMapper. I've captured times to map some common scenarios (1M mappings). Time is in seconds: The complex mappings had the biggest variation, but across the board AutoMapper is *much* faster than previous versions. Sometimes 20x faster, 50x in others.