Christian Giesswein has studied Business Informatics in Vienna and is developing with .NET since he has been a child. He is speaking for years in the German area about .NET, the CLR and in special about WPF. In Austria he has founded his company "Giesswein Software-Solutions" (www.software.tirol) and is developing software in the Austrian Alps.
Many developers have used Entity Framework for years now. With Entity Framework Core everything started on a new ground and many things have improved but still some things are missing. Time to sum it up and compare the classical Entity Framework with the stylish new Entity Framework Core.
With .NET Core 3.0 you have capability to choose between many new things - do you want to use WPF with the new Entity Framework Core? Or do you write a new ASP.NET Core Application with the "old" Entity Framework 6? Or should you rewrite everything, so you kick out Entity Framework 6 and replace it with Entity Framework Core?... or should you combine both frameworks?
Many questions and we will look in this session on both topics, to solve as many questions as possible.