Entity Framework Core is a great ORM, that recently reached version 5. Is it fast? Is it faster than it’s predecessor, Entity Framework 6, which still offers slightly more functionality? Let’s check that out. This comparison was made by Chad Golden, comparing the performance of adding, updating, and deleting 1000 entities. The exact data and… Continue reading Entity Framework Core – is it fast?
Entity Framework Core 5 is a great ORM to use and connect to the database with. It is easy to use and easy to understand. It offers just enough for the most common scenarios. So what about inserting big amounts of data in a one go? Would it be fast enough? Let’s have a look… Continue reading Entity Framework Core 5 vs SQLBulkCopy
Dapper is a simple object mapper, a nuget package that extends the IDbConnection interface. This powerful package come in handy when writing simple CRUD operations. The thing I struggle from time to time is handling big data with Dapper. When handling hundreds of thousands of objects at once brings a whole variety of performance problems… Continue reading Bulk insert in Dapper
Recently I’m diving into Microsoft actor model implementation – Service Fabric Reliable Actors. Apart from Microsoft Orleans, is another one worth looking into. Let’s start from the beginning. What is Service Fabric? It is many things and can be compared to Kubernetes: Simplify microservices development and application lifecycle management Reliably scale and orchestrate containers and… Continue reading Service Fabric Reliable Actors – is it faster then a regular micro-service approach?