Past Meetup

EF Core with Julie Lerman

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Overview

EF Core is a brand new version of Microsoft’s ORM, Entity Framework. It’s been re-written from scratch and is open source, cross platform and feature rich and even richer with EF Core 2.0 around the corner. Since we don’t have enough time to show every new feature of EF Core, Julie will begin by relaying the key points that someone who has been using EF6 or EF Core should be aware of, then crack open Visual Studio Code and show off some of the features she’s currently most enthralled with.

About Julie Lerman

Julie Lerman is the leading independent authority on Microsoft’s ADO.NET Entity Framework and has been using and teaching the technology since its inception in 2006. Julie is the author of the highly acclaimed “Programming Entity Framework” book series from O’Reilly Media with recent editions on Code First and DbContext. She is well known in the .NET community as a Microsoft Regional Director and long-time Microsoft MVP. Julie is frequent presenter at technical conferences large and small around the world, such as TechEd and DevIntersection. She also writes articles for many well-known technical publications, including the monthly Data Points column in MSDN Magazine. Julie keeps busy creating training videos for MSDN and Pluralsight.com.

Julie lives in Vermont where she has run the Vermont.NET User Group since 2002 and was a founding board member of the Vermont Software Developers Alliance. You can read her blog at http://www.thedatafarm.com/blog and her tweets at twitter.com/julielerman.

Additional Information

• Although the event is free, you need to have a ticket to attend the event. This ensures that we have a large enough space and enough food.

• Parking is free in the parking lot.

• Pizza and sodas generously provided by Base 36.

• Space generously provided by Custom Disablity Solutions.

• Casco Bay .NET Users Group meetings are non-solicitation events.

• Sponsors are given a few minutes to speak about their company and services at the beginning of each event. Attendees are asked to refrain from soliciting business.