TL;DR: in Seq 2020.1, the postfix
cikeyword turns any text comparison into a case-insensitive one. Download the preview or pull
datalust/seq:previewfrom Docker Hub to try it out!
Hi! We hope 2020 is treating you well, despite its unique challenges. At Datalust we've settled into a new fully-remote workflow, which, thankfully, we were reasonably well-prepared for by our existing partly-remote schedule. We know it hasn't been so easy for everyone, so if you're facing any difficulties we can…
This week at Datalust, we welcomed our new software engineer, Larene Le Gassick, to the team!
Larene has been a longtime user of Seq in her work as a product engineer and consultant, previously at ThoughtWorks, and as a full time engineer at various startups and companies. She's excited to…
Ashley Mannix talks with Carl and Richard about the combination of Rust and C# used at Datalust.
Ashley Mannix explores the tools that .NET and Rust give us to design and build safe and robust hybrid applications.
Nicholas Blumhardt talks about Superpower, the library we built for parsing SQL queries in Seq, and the foundational principles behind it.
Brendan Richards interviews Nicholas Blumhardt about Open Source, Rust, Seq, Serilog, and more, in this AMA from NDC Sydney 2018.
Microsoft's Damian Brady and Nicholas Blumhardt talk structured logging in this episode of The DevOps Lab.
Richard Campbell, Carl Franklin, and Nicholas Blumhardt talk all things logging, diagnostics, and monitoring in this .NET Rocks! episode recorded at NDC Oslo 2017.