Sean talks about how Fluent Migrator originated from Migrator.NET
Sean discusses how the benefits of a semantic model in Fluent Migrator
K Scott and Sean discuss how you’d start using Fluent Migrator in a project
Sean talks about some useful features, like InsertData\
Jon asks about support for different databases
Scott K asks about the benefits of a migration framework over a simple directory of T-SQL scripts
We take a question from Aaron Lerch (
@aaronlerch) on Twitter about how Fluent Migrator would work with Fluent NHibernate Kevin asks about Schema Update
Kevin and Sean talk about possible inefficiencies with objects being added, changed, and removed in successive migrations
K Scott asks about extensibility hooks
Scott K asks about stored procedures, functions, user defined types, etc.
Jon asks about how Fluent Migrator relates to other .NET migration frameworks
We take a question from Aaron Jensen (
@aaronjensen) on Twitter about the benefits of a migration framework since T-SQL is already a DSL Lightning round: K Scott starts the lightning round by asking what refactoring operations everyone uses most
Lightning round: What’s your favorite VM software? (spoiler: VirtualBox wins by a wide margin)
Lightning round: What’s your favorite movie that involves an android?
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