POCO (Plain Old CLR Object) is the new feature in ADO.NET Entity Framework and how can we use the template to create POCO classed in Visual Studio 2010.
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You've seen a few conversations on Channel 9 about Microsoft's
Entity Framework. Well, it's time for another one, but with a new twist...Brian Beckman recently had a deep technical chat with Sam Druker about the Entity Framework data model and related technologies.
Sam is GM of…
I recently caught up with some of the technical minds behind ADO.NET's Entity Framework: Architect Michael Pizzo, Technical Lead Pablo Castro and Director of Program Management Britt Johnston.
What's an Entity Framework, you ask? Well, watch and learn all about this new ADO.NET…
You develop your conceptual mode first then create the database and write application. This is new in ADO.NET Entity Framework 4. Let’s see how we can do it.
Stored Procedure is an integral part of Application Development if it targets database like SQL Server. So we have created a many of them. The question is, will we be able to use them? Answer to that is “Yes”
In the latest episode of my
Microsoft Conversations series I talked with
Pablo Castro about Astoria, a layer of middleware that makes data readable and writeable by means of a RESTful interface. Even if you don't know or care about the buzzwords, it's easy to show what Astoria does
In this geekSpeak, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) John Papa explores how to consume ADO.NET Data Services from a Microsoft Silverlight 2 application.
John Papa is a Microsoft Visual C# Most Valuable Professional (MVP), International .NET Association (INETA) speaker, member of…
Michèle Leroux Bustamante is chief architect of IDesign Inc., Microsoft Regional Director for San Diego, and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Connected Systems. At IDesign, Michèle provides training, mentoring, and high-end architecture consulting
services focusing on Web services,…