44 min

Episode 015 – Dude, Where’s My Data‪?‬ The Breakpoint Show

    • Technology

Welcome to the fifteenth episode of “The Breakpoint Show”! Today, we’re diving deep into data and storage technologies, exploring how our .NET Core applications access and interact with data.Data is the lifeblood of modern applications, and choosing the right storage technology is crucial for ensuring scalability, performance, and reliability. Join us as we unravel the diverse storage options available to .NET Core developers, from traditional relational databases to NoSQL solutions and cloud-based storage services.In this episode, we’ll explore the pros and cons of different storage technologies, helping you decide which option best suits your application’s needs. Whether you’re building a small-scale web application or an extensive enterprise system, we’ll provide insights into choosing the proper storage solution to support your data requirements.But that’s not all – we’ll also delve into how .NET Core applications access and manipulate data. From using Entity Framework Core for object-relational mapping to working with raw SQL queries and stored procedures, we’ll explore the various techniques and best practices for interacting with data in your applications.Whether you’re a seasoned .NET Core developer or just getting started, this episode promises to be a comprehensive guide to understanding data storage and access in modern .NET Core applications. Tune in to “The Breakpoint Show” and join us as we demystify the world of data and empower you to make informed decisions about your application’s data needs.Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of data storage technologies and learn how to leverage them effectively in your .NET Core applications. Join us on “The Breakpoint Show” for an enlightening exploration of data and storage in the world of .NET Core! JetBrains Webinar, March 21 – Stop using Entity Framework as a DTO provider!

Welcome to the fifteenth episode of “The Breakpoint Show”! Today, we’re diving deep into data and storage technologies, exploring how our .NET Core applications access and interact with data.Data is the lifeblood of modern applications, and choosing the right storage technology is crucial for ensuring scalability, performance, and reliability. Join us as we unravel the diverse storage options available to .NET Core developers, from traditional relational databases to NoSQL solutions and cloud-based storage services.In this episode, we’ll explore the pros and cons of different storage technologies, helping you decide which option best suits your application’s needs. Whether you’re building a small-scale web application or an extensive enterprise system, we’ll provide insights into choosing the proper storage solution to support your data requirements.But that’s not all – we’ll also delve into how .NET Core applications access and manipulate data. From using Entity Framework Core for object-relational mapping to working with raw SQL queries and stored procedures, we’ll explore the various techniques and best practices for interacting with data in your applications.Whether you’re a seasoned .NET Core developer or just getting started, this episode promises to be a comprehensive guide to understanding data storage and access in modern .NET Core applications. Tune in to “The Breakpoint Show” and join us as we demystify the world of data and empower you to make informed decisions about your application’s data needs.Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of data storage technologies and learn how to leverage them effectively in your .NET Core applications. Join us on “The Breakpoint Show” for an enlightening exploration of data and storage in the world of .NET Core! JetBrains Webinar, March 21 – Stop using Entity Framework as a DTO provider!

44 min

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