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We’ve been using automapper to convert objects for some time. Now I have the need for logging to help bugtracking. Below a short list of sources how we set this up. And now you’ll need a serviceprovider when unittesting. Thank … Continue reading
We’ve created our own (very) simple ORM for saving data in Neo4J. Performance was not relevant until loading a weekly batch took about 8 days. After some tweaks we manage to load the data in just over one day. (29 … Continue reading
We’re using seq for logging the completion of an import. To monitor the progress of importing a lot of file we’ve created a dashboard in seq. The log entries are identified by having a property (uuid) and a date / … Continue reading
Seq creates the visibility you need to quickly identify and diagnose problems in complex applications and microservices. Empower your team to build better software by centralizing, searching, and alerting on structured application logs. https://getseq.net Image source https://getseq.net Every project we … Continue reading
Image courtesy of Ricardo Gomez Angel / unsplash.com https://www.nuget.org/packages/serilog With Serilog we can log with named properties. The advantage is that processing of the log(file) is no longer needed as it is already structured. You can stil output plain text … Continue reading