Recording.NET Core podcast on RavenDB, performance and .NET

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Jaime and I had a really good discussion about RavenDB, why I took the time to create my own NoSql database engine, and the fact that I built it using .NET Core before it was released (back in the pre-1.0 days, when it was known as dnx), and some of the optimisation stories that I worked on when creating RavenDB. Along the way, we cover what the GC (or garbage collector) is, performance issues to look out for when dealing with large JSON objects, and some tips for those who want to optimise their applications.

You can listen to it here.

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  3. (15 Jan 2024) S06E09 - From Code Generation to Revolutionary RavenDB
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  5. (01 Jan 2024) .NET Core podcast on RavenDB, performance and .NET
  6. (28 Aug 2023) RavenDB and High Performance with Oren Eini
  7. (17 Feb 2023) RavenDB Usage Patterns
  8. (12 Dec 2022) Software architecture with Oren Eini
  9. (17 Nov 2022) RavenDB in a Distributed Cloud Environment
  10. (25 Jul 2022) Build your own database at Cloud Lunch & Learn
  11. (15 Jul 2022) Non relational data modeling & Database engine internals
  12. (11 Apr 2022) Clean Architecture with RavenDB
  13. (14 Mar 2022) Database Security in a Hostile World
  14. (02 Mar 2022) RavenDB–a really boring database