Archives

Should you use Entity Framework for .NET applications?

I have been working on a project which I thought would be simpler than it turned out to be – nothing new there, most software projects are like that.

The project involves upload and download of large files from Azure storage. There is a database as part of the application, nothing too demanding, but requiring

…continue reading Should you use Entity Framework for .NET applications?

Microsoft’s code-first Entity Framework 4.1 nearly done

Microsoft has announced the release candidate of Entity Framework 4.1, the data persistence library for .NET, with a go-live licence. The final release to the web is expected in around one month’s time.

The big new feature is code-first, where you do not need to define a database schema or even a database model. You

…continue reading Microsoft’s code-first Entity Framework 4.1 nearly done