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 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”
Recorded Live at Philly.NET CodeCamp April 2010 http://codecamp.phillydotnet.org/2010-1Want more details on why you should attend a Microsoft Community Code Camp?SummaryMost applications connect to a database at some point and ORM tools, like Entity Framework, can make that process a lot…
Inside OutApr 26, 2010 at 1:50 PM0
US Public Sector DPE Team
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Urbanization and building construction along with overhaul and modernization of the city’s zoning code have converged with the obsolescence of the existing building, planning and zoning business processes forcing the largest IT project for the city in two
The new system was built…
This session will demonstrate practical LINQ tips you can use to improve the performance of an application. We’ll see the advantages of deferred execution, re-write correlated sub queries, and offer advice on choosing between the two flavors of LINQ syntax.
In addition, we’ll spend time looking…
geekSpeakFeb 11, 2010 at 3:46 PM0
MSDN Online Media
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Persistence ignorance is one of the biggest features missing in Entity Framework 1 and one of the most exciting features coming with Entity Framework 4. In this webcast, Dane Morgridge explains how to use plain old CLR object (POCO) classes to build applications
that take advantage of the Entity…
This podcast was recorded at TechEd Europe in November 2009. I get a chance to sit down with Mike Flasko, Program Manager in the Data Services team. We had both presented on Entity Framework during the conference which is where we started the discussion
before we moved on to talk about Data…