SQL Server on Linux container with Docker

September 30, 2018

Container technology is relentlessly changing the way we construct software. The release of docker support for SQL Server and Linux version is a leap forward on database devops evolution. In this lighweight demo, you can create or compose a container running SQL Server on Linux host and throw away when you’re done. The possibilities are yours to explore. For full source code available here. Motivation Allows your regression tests to freely drop and re-create database during execution Explore new releases and versions of SQL Server Keeps you away from ivory tower of DBAs during development A step toward Infrastructure as a Code (IaaC) Tools Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 Docker for Windows (Switched to Linux container) VS Code Build & Run 1. ... Read more

RepoDb fetch performance benchmarks vs popular full/micro ORM frameworks in .NET

July 22, 2018

In the past weeks, @mikependon and I works to stabilize #RepoDb; a lightweight and fast repo-based ORM for .NET. Mike went so deep that we have used direct IL emit codes to optimize our data readers. But if we are fast, how fast are we compared to other micro and full-ORMs? This perf report is our first attempt. TL; DR; You may download the full test results here. For this task, we have chosen to run RepoDb with the ff benchmark frameworks. ... Read more

Would you build another ORM framework?

July 20, 2018

Three months ago, my close friend and colleague @mikependon pitched-in the idea of creating our own Object/Relational Mapping tool. Our ORM is a core component of our services could be a costly adventure to change, I immediately sense the risks there. Yes, I am skeptical but I also don’t want to immediately scrap this innovative idea. Fast forward… In past 2-weeks, me and Mike we’re pairing to make the first stable release of RepoDB; the ORM tool we have just debated. ... Read more

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