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
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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…
This is part 1 of a series of short introductory screencasts to the new features of ADO.NET Entity Framework 4, which is part of .NET 4 and Visual Studo 2010. It was created using Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2.In this 10 minute screencast I explore the new Model First capability of Entity…
Microsoft is all about options, and there's no shortage of options when it comes to data access! You've got ADO.NET DataSets and DataReaders, LINQ to SQL, Entity Framework, ADO.NET Data Services just to name a few. Each of these technologies can be used
- and abused - depending on…
akMSFTJun 19, 2009 at 12:17 AM0
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At p&p, we started a project a few months back to provide guidance on how to build data access layers that use common patterns like Repository and Unit of Work using Microsoft's data
access technologies. We called this the
"Data Access Guidance" project .
Andrew Fryer of Microsoft UK talking to Mike Taulty at the UK SQL Bits conference around LINQ and the confusion that LINQ
can cause amongst DBAs given that the term LINQ appears in conjunction with many things including quite a few that have nothing to do with databases
Der 4. Teil der Serie beschäftigt sich mit dem Datenzugriff. Welche Technologie soll verwendet werde? Entity Framework, LINQ to SQL oder doch einfach ein Data Reader? Soll ein Domain Modell erstellt werden oder einfach das Entity Data Modell vom Entity
Framework benutzt werden? Dieser Teil geht…
In this episode of 10-4 we build a "Hello Workflow 4" application. You might have heard that .NET 4 includes an all new Workflow engine - learn how you can not only use Workflow but also do test first style development with it.