This post is provided by App Dev Manager, Marcus Fernandez who shares first impressions of EF Core 2.0.
I am not much of a database guy. I enjoy code but not a big fan of learning tools like SQL Management Studio, SSIS, etc. Not my forte.
So I am working on a project and exploring database evolution. The original project started with EF 6. The team struggled as there were no EF experts and we found that there were some limitations around relationships getting lost in the code. They migrated the EF 6 code to a database project and at some point people started updating the database directly and doing schema compares to get the diffs back into the code.
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