Category Archives: Entity Framework

Debugging a performance issue in production

One of the projects I’m working on has a component that has a very simple task: reads a record from a database table and based on it, send a message to Microsoft Windows Service Bus. Then the next record is … Continue reading

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Connection resiliency in Entity Framework 6

The EF team has recently announced the new features added to EF 6 beta 1, and among them is one I found interesting: connection resiliency. Despite the fancy name, it’s a simple concept: having built-in support for automatically retrying an … Continue reading

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Entity Framework asynch – behind the magic

As many devs have probably found out (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/adonet/archive/2012/10/30/ef6-alpha-1-available-on-nuget.aspx), the next Entity Framework version (6.0) will support the task-based asynchronous patterns that were introduced in .NET 4.5 (async and all the stuff). I won’t go into details on why asynch is … Continue reading

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Entity Framework, open source and some interesting finds

As probably many people found out yesterday, Microsoft decided to truly make Entity Framework open-source, including accepting contributions from community (under certain conditions), similar to ASP.NET MVC and other frameworks that are not part of core .NET Framework. I won’t … Continue reading

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Învățând engleza cu Entity Framework

Tocmai mă jucam azi cu nou-apărutul Entity Framework 5 beta – creez o clasa Person, merg in DB și creez o tabela Persons, un DbContext și mă aștept ca EF code-first să deducă maparile pentru mine (convention over configuration), cum … Continue reading

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