Articles by Martijn Laarman

Principal Software Engineer, Elastic

A .NET developer for nearly a decade and tinkering with the web since his teens, Martijn loves keyboard-driven creativity.


Introducing Elastic's OpenTelemetry SDK for .NET

Today, we are excited to announce the alpha release of our new Elastic distribution of the OpenTelemetry SDK for .NET. In this post, we cover a few likely questions you may have about this new distribution and explain how to get started.


Elastic Stack 8.0.1 released with Log4j update

Read about the updates and bug fixes that have been included in this release.


NEST and Elasticsearch.Net 7.0 now GA

The NEST and Elasticsearch.Net 7.0 clients are now GA. Learn more about performance improvements, a simplified codebase, and parity with Elasticsearch 7.0+.


NEST and Elasticsearch.Net 6.0: Now GA!

We are pleased to release the GA version of the .NET clients for Elasticsearch 6.0


Elastic :heart: Windows (aka Windows MSI Installer release)

The first beta release of our Windows MSI Installer package for Elasticsearch, making getting started with Elasticsearch on Windows easier than ever


Solidifying Releases with FAKE (F# MAKE)

Our F# Advent Calendar post, highlighting our usage of Paket and FAKE and introducing an assembly diff FAKE helper


NEST 5.0 released

Announcing the GA release of NEST and Elasticsearch.Net 5.0, the official .NET clients


"There are two hard problems in .NET, caching expressions and naming things"

We recently released NEST 2.3.1 containing an important fix for a memory leak NEST users are very likely to hit.


GA Release of NEST 2.0, our .NET client for Elasticsearch