SSW Solution Architect JK is a battle scared logging in .NET Core veteran. He shows Andreas Lengkeek his best practices for logging, gathered through his years of experience. When setup correctly, logging can save you hours in those moments when your code don’t run as planned. So take some notes on these best practices to avoid major headaches on your next project.
ASP.NET Core 5 + Serilog (jkdev.me) https://jkdev.me/asp-net-core-serilog/
Why is Serilog not writing my logs into Seq? (Console app) (jkdev.me) https://jkdev.me/serilog-console/
EF Core Query Tags and Alternatives (jkdev.me) https://jkdev.me/ef-core-tags/
High-performance logging in .NET | Microsoft Docs https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/extensions/high-performance-logging
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Jernej Kavka (JK) is a Microsoft AI MVP, SSW Solution Architect, and organizer of several user groups like APAC AI and Global AI The Podcast. JK is a full-stack .NET developer, but his passion lies in Azure Cognitive Services, AI and machine learning. He is the main architect behind SSW’s virtual receptionist – SSW SophieBot and SSW SophieHub: https://sswsophie.com
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Jernej Kavka (JK)
Jernej Kavka (JK) is an SSW Solution Architect, Microsoft AI MVP and organizer of several user groups like APAC AI and Global AI The Podcast. JK is a full-stack .NET developer, but his passion lies in Azure Cognitive Services, AI and machine learning. He is the main architect behind SSW's virtual receptionist - SSW SophieBot
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