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Useful features in Entity Framework Core 8 for your application

Entity Framework has been around for 16 (!) years now. And while many of us are using it actively, not everyone is fortunate enough to be able to update with every new release. The latest version, Entity Framework Core 8, has been released. Let me introduce some of the features that I consider to be "generally useful".

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A primer on transaction management in Entity Framework

Whenever you are doing work within Entity Framework, there is (almost) no chance that you are doing it without transactions - whether you are aware of it or not. If you are aware of it, you'll likely not need this introduction. If you are not, stay with me for this short primer on that topic.

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Be optimistic about concurrency in Entity Framework

Concurrency is a thing we developers know as one of the trickiest things to solve. It might happen rarely, but especially in distributed, massively scaled applications, it will happen often enough. And if not handled well, it will cause once-in-a-day issues that are particularly hard to track down. Let's together take a look at what we can do with concurrency issues in Entity Framework.


There is no template for vertical slicing

Vertically sliced architectures and vertical slicing in general are currently all around us in the software development industry. Let's take a look at key aspects and things to consider when it comes to implementing vertical slicing.

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