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”
Here I have discussed about the Performance Analyzer Tools’s sampling mechanism. You can check the performance of your application and compare between the two states.
DocumentDB will rule one day and Microsoft has released the most important tool. It is Data Export/Import for DocumentDB. This demo shows how to import Data from SQL to DocumentDB. Using tool available for download http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=46436 Stay tuned!!!
This show how easy it is to create an Azure VM and configure it for Java. Step by step it shows how to install Apache Tomcat and deploy Java Application. With few setting changes we can expose this site to external site as public URL Namoskar!!! http://blobs.msdn.com/wriju
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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How you can use multi-core and many-core power to increase the performance of your application flexibly – is what Parallel Computing in Visual Studio 2010. It’s flexible as it does not wait for us to change the code based on hardware power. If you are deploying
your application to single core…