Léto je beznadějně pryč a jak se krátí dny, je třeba zalézt před příjemné světlo monitorů a začít něco kutit. :) No, ale když se kutí nemusí to vypadat jako zbastlená koule kódu, že?
I know a lot of people asked me about .NET Core version of FirebirdClient. Unfortunately the Firebird 3 was released few months ago as well and so it was about priorities (and also my free time). Luckily recently I got some free time and also a reason and time to work on .NET Core port thanks to Integrative.
As promised yesterday I have a beta of FirebirdClient with compression support (Firebird 3). It’s available on NuGet.
New 18.104.22.168 version of ADO.NET provider for Firebird is ready for download. It’s a regular bugfix release. Also I want to release beta later this month with Firebird 3’s compression support. So keep an eye on FirebirdSql.Data.FirebirdClient NuGet.
Last week I had bit of free time during afternoons and I was working on compression support in FirebirdClient. My initial code I’ve put together couple of weeks before was straightforward but eventually everything started to fall through cracks of edge cases and I had dig deeper and provide a lot more implementation than I’d like to.
New 22.214.171.124 version of ADO.NET provider for Firebird is ready for download. Notable changes or improvements are support for new fields in MON$ATTACHMENTS and support for “-skip_data” in backup/restore. And finally some nice simple performance tweak around
When you’re using Entity Framework 6 with some 3rd party provider - i.e. EntityFramework.Firebird or EntityFramework.NuoDb (disclaimer: I’m author of both) - you need to give Entity Framework few hints where to find some methods and classes. Maybe you’ve seen classes like
DbProviderServices. Often when you install the provider, your
app.config is updated accordingly. But you might want to do it in code. Either because you want to to have it strongly typed or because you don’t want to think about what project, that’s using the DAL project, is going to be executed and so on.
.NET Core a všechno “Core” okolo je už v ostré verzi (ať se vám/mi to líbí nebo ne) a přináší plno změn a novinek. 17.-19.8. se uskuteční konference CoreStart, kde pro nás jako vývojáře bude asi nejzajímavější “.NET Core Day”, kde se na všechny ty “Core” věci podíváme.
Já jsem připravil přednaášku na téma “Entity Framework Core 1”, kde se podíváme co první verze umí (a také co zatím neumí) a jak je celý EF Core postavený vůči dnešnímu EF6 (a co vůbec s EF6 bude).
Over the rainy afternoons I slowly went through all the notes in the code I made when cutting corners to make it work as fast as possible and started cleaning. Just cleaning, no serious performance measurements nor improvements were done. But now it’s without any nasty hacks and shortcuts.
Firebird 3 - with it’s new plugin architecture - has a feature that allows execute stored procedures, functions and triggers in environment different from inside engine. Basically one can write (or rather use) plugin that allow to write i.e. triggers in different language like C++ (or any native code). Nice. But I like to write in .NET and C#.
So I set out to try to write such plugin and funnel the data to and from .NET where it will be executed…
We have a program that sends emails to clients based on what happens at business side. Pretty simple - you register, you got welcome email; and so on. And there’s a lot of these “actions”. When I wrote the program few years back I tested it and I was able to peak at about 3500 email per second. Should be plenty enough. But recently the queue started to get longer. Emails were processed later. And everything started to behave oddly.
Couple of weeks ago Patrick Smacchia reached to me and offered me a license for NDepend. At that time I was actually in some code cleanup in Fast 5 software and though it might be handy to try it. As usual a lot of other things took priority and only now I’m able to start playing with it. Because I needed some codebase that’s not huge and also not small, I took FirebirdClient (both ADO.NET provider as well as EF6 provider). It’s open source so you can try it yourself and it contains some ~10 years old code so there will be something to look at, for sure.
New 126.96.36.199 version of ADO.NET provider for Firebird is ready for download. As with every major release the changes of something going wrong are high. No exception here. Big thanks to people testing the provider and reporting bugs.
Also as I was there, my brain being in high power state, I fixed some bugs (though it was only few, these span well in the codebase).
New 188.8.131.52 version of ADO.NET provider for Firebird is ready for download. As you can see the major version number changed.
This release contains two new big features, both focused on Firebird 3. The
BOOLEAN datatype is now supported (except Entity Framework mapping, currently). And SRP authentication is supported on Firebird 3. I think these are the most fundamental new features so I’m releasing it now. There’s more to come.
Also internals of the protocol handling were refactored and slightly cleaned up (and more to do). Hopefully that will enable easier improvements and fixes in the future.
- Azure Blob Storage netradičně
- Debuggujte ve VS jako profík
- EF Core 1.0: postaru Entity Framework 7
Přijďte. Je na co se těšit.
I’m now playing with ESP-8266, Wemos D1 mini to be precise. One think I’m now using for fun/debugging/communication is broadcasting UDP packets. For some reason the packets were not coming lately.
You might say: “Jiri, it’s UDP. Packets will get lost.”. True. But my packets were lost in 99% cases, on my home network. Something is going on.
Although I can make it out of the TCP/IP woods almost always, sometimes I find edge cases that are interesting. More often than not these are result of security hacks in last 20 or so years and my knowledge is based on “regular/happy” case.
Today was a refactoring day. Well half of it. I was in correct mood. And I was bitten by old code and my own ignorance of deferred execution for enumerables.
Kdo by řekl, že je to už rok? Protože jsem vždycky tíhnul k datům i letos jsem připravil něco kolem dat. Konkrétně Azure Blob Storage netradičně. Ona se totiž tato služba dá využít na plno reálných, funkčních - a přesto neznámých - věcí. Tak doufám, že dorazíte.
Poslední zastávkou letošního - nebo vlastně loňského, i když v teď už letos - MS Festu je Bratislava. I na této zastávce se podíváme na C# 6 a Roslyn a navíc ještě na Entity Framework Core 1.0 (Entity Framework 7 postaru).