Entity Framework 6: Database Access Anywhere, Easily

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Never tried Entity Framework before? Or long-term Entity Framework developer? Come learn how to use Entity Framework to build modern applications targeting the web, desktop and mobile. See how Entity Framework makes it very simple to keep both your code and database in sync using Code First Migrations. Plus, learn about many new features including async query and save, writing your own Code First conventions and improvements to the Entity Framework Designer.

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      fruts

      Are you covering *new* EF6 features? I'm interested in Async Save, Tooling, Enums, Migrations and Code First... Wink

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      helgi27

      Looking forward to hear about the new async feature and the improvements in the EF designer. Using EF with other DB's than MSSQL is also interesting.

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      glenncondron

      For those folks that missed out when the room filled up, we are going to do a repeat of the talk on Friday at 10:15 AM. Check the developer tools booth for the room number.

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      Michael C

      Very informative and clearly outlined Mr Condron. The demonstrations as to how things can now be done much more efficiently was great, along with the acknowledgement of those whose contributions have had significant impact on the performance issues. Top stuff old chap!

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      JacoR

      Well done Glen!

      Clear and Informative Demo.

      Inspired me to download the night build, however some of the features seems to have "changed". This is to be expected though.

      Can't wait to get started with EF 6.0. Any idea when can we expect these features to move to stable?

      Keep up the good work!

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