• First Look at Logging With the .NET 7

    Last month, the final .NET 7 preview was released, the next version of .NET Core. Here, we will take a first look at logging with .NET 7 by testing out Serilog and Loupe.

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  • Reducing the Storage Demands of .NET Core Log Files

    Despite TB hard drives becoming pedestrian, handling storage is still a struggle for many. Data caps, expanding file sizes, and more put pressure on software developers to cut down the storage demands of their applications, both for their customers and themselves. Often, one of the first places a team will look is at their logs. In this article, we will go over what makes log files large and ways to...

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  • Using Loupe With .NET Core Logging Frameworks

    Recently, I've been updating our documentation and in-app directions for Loupe 5. Part of that includes new instructions for logging framework integrations. This article will go over the instructions in detail and discuss which integrations we recommend for our users.

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  • Underrated Tools for Remote Software Development

    Many organizations adopted some form of remote working over the past two years, for obvious reasons. For many, it's going to stick around. Here we discuss some of the less obvious tools that help Gibraltar Software with remote and hybrid software development.

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  • Can Microsoft.Extensions.Logging Log to a File?

    Microsoft.Extensions.Logging can log to a file, but not out of the box. Luckily, there are plenty of third-party packages that allow doing so. Let's discuss MEL providers, multiple examples of how to log to a file, and whether logging to a file is the best option in the first place.

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