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First off, I try to decouple the data processing from the main code, so that the application is not exposed to the actual query engine used.

I tend to use EF as it can get me going quickly. But if there are bottlenecks or other issues I can move to another framework, or go straight to ADO.Net. Optimize where and when necessary.

I've just published (with help) a fairly big open-source project on Github, which scans AzDo repos and reports on all kinds of tidbits - things like what version of .Net being used, libraries, NuGet and npm packages, etc. Useful to then determine which apps should be updated, for example if you are using a version of .Net no longer getting security patches.

Sorry, rambling a bit. My point is I am considering switching some of this from SQL Server to a non-SQL backend. Easy to manage with all the DB code decoupled.

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