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Introducing Orleans 3.0

We are excited to announce the Orleans 3.0 release. A great number of improvements and fixes went in, as well as several new features, since Orleans 2.0. These changes were driven by the experience of many people running Orleans-based applications in production in a wide range of scenarios and environments, and by the ingenuity and passion of the global Orleans community that always strives to make the codebase better, faster, and more flexible. A BIG Thank You to all who contributed to this release in various ways

Exploring Spans and Pipelines

The other day I was working on a client project when I stumbled upon a ticket that required me to move some functionality from an old legacy system to our .NET Core backend. The functionality itself was fetching a text file from the network, parsing it into application data structures, and saving them to the database. Sounds quite easy, doesn’t it? So, I wrote some code that solved the problem and moved on…

Research based on the .NET Runtime

Over the last few years, I’ve come across more and more research papers based, in some way, on the ‘Common Language Runtime’ (CLR).

Use Quartz.Net for background and recurring jobs with ASP.NET Core 3.0

In this post, I show how to use the fantastic Quartz.Net scheduler library within a ASP.NET Core 3.0 application. It allows to do background, delayed and recurring jobs with ease.

A GUI framework for C# console applications

Adopting Erlang is an ongoing effort to gather all the resources that will help you use Erlang in a business. The booksite is divided in three sections focusing particularly on Erlang/OTP’s higher level concepts in the current open source ecosystem, how to use it in production (while setting up a pipeline for continuous development and delivery), and how to build a team when you’re starting from scratch.