Author Archives: Obi Oberoi

About Obi Oberoi

Obi Oberoi is a Microsoft MVP (Visual Studio & Development Technologies), developer and a life-long student of continuous learning. Obi enjoys to code, read, and hang out with techies and geeks!

What is Mongo DB and why should you use it!

The word Mongo is derived from the world humongous. So in essence, it implies that its sole purpose is to store mammoth amounts of data or what is otherwise coined as ‘big data’. MongoDB is a document oriented database unlike … Continue reading

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How to handle Many-to-Many Relationship in EF Core

There are a few steps that are instrumental in handling a Many-to-Many relationship in EF Core. It must be noted that EF Core 1.1 does not support Many-to-Many relationship right off the bat. However, with a junction table in hand, … Continue reading

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How to Build Trillion $ Opportunities & Solve the Grand Challenges of Humanity!

This is pretty much eleventh hour; and with a bunch of tickets on hand, I thought of making this final pitch to entice like-minded people to come and attend this once in a life time event. This short seminar of 60 – … Continue reading

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Why is EF Core so blazing fast than its Predesessor?

It’s worth noting that EF Core is a brand new shiny tool from Microsoft that has been built from the ground up. It is lightweight, extensible and it comes with a plethora of new features when compared with EF 6.x. … Continue reading

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EF 6.x or EF Core? I am confused!!!

If you are an enterprise developer or you are building a Line of Business Application and targeting the full .NET Framework and who also cares about visual tooling, EF 6.x is the way to go. It also means you can do … Continue reading

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