Entity Framework (EF) is Microsoft’s recommended database access library, with Entity Framework Core (EF Core) being the latest version. EF Core is very similar on the outside to the original 6.x version of EF, but very different underneath. In this talk Jon P Smith will describe how to use EF Core and what is going on inside the library. The session shows the inner workings of EF Core, live code examples, performance issues and database migrations. This talk is suitable for three groups of developers:
- Developers who aren't currently using EF and want to know if its worth changing to EF Core.
- Developers using EF6.x who want to know what is different about EF Core.
- EF Core users who want understand more about what EF Core is doing "under the hood".
I assume you know C# and have some awareness of relational databases.