Recent releases of the .NET driver for MongoDB have added lots of cool new features. In this talk we will highlight some of the most important ones. We will begin by discussing serialization. We will describe how serialization is normally handled, and how you can customize the process when you need to, including some tips on migration strategies when your class definitions change. We will continue with a discussion of the new Query builder, which now includes support for typed queries. A major new feature of recent releases is support for LINQ queries. We will show you how the .NET driver supports LINQ and discuss what kinds of LINQ queries are supported. Finally, we will discuss what you need to do differently in your application when authentication is enabled at the server.
Sridhar is a software engineer at 10gen leading the MongoDB on Azure effort apart from working on the .Net/C# driver. Previously he was a software engineering lead at Microsoft where he was responsible for the development and support of its IPTV scalability testing product. Prior to Microsoft, Sridhar has held software management and development positions at Seven Networks and Oracle. Sridhar received a master's degree in Computer Science from University of California at Santa Barbara and a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Engineering from PSG College of Technology, India.
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