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  • Blog Post: POCO Template Code Generation Options

    We recently released an updated version of the POCO template that works with Visual Studio 2010 RC on the Visual Studio Gallery. In this post we will delve into the various possible code generation options for future releases of the POCO template. We hope that you will read the various options presented...
  • Blog Post: Self-Tracking Entities in the Entity Framework

    Background One of the biggest pieces of feedback we received from the N-Tier Improvements for Entity Framework post as well as other sources was: “low level APIs are great, but where is the end-to-end architecture for N-tier and the Entity Framework?”.   This post outlines some of the...
  • Blog Post: N-Tier Improvements for Entity Framework

    The first version of Entity Framework provides convenient ways to load, manipulate and persist objects and relationships. As with many other O/RMs, Entity Framework has a state manager that tracks every change made. Existing objects are typically loaded first from the database, later modified, and finally...
  • Blog Post: Discussion about API changes necessary for POCO:

    Evolving an API to support new requirements, like POCO, while maintaining backward compatibility is challenging. The following design discussion from members of the Object Services team illustrates some of the issues and hard calls involved. Have a read, and tell us what you think. In particular...
  • Blog Post: Initial POCO Design Screencast

    Two guys on the team knocked out this quick screencast of some of the prototype work we've been doing around POCO an the State Manager. It's not a long or in depth screencast, but we're hoping to inspire some additional feedback. If you prefer to download a copy of the video, you can download a .zip...
  • Blog Post: Initial POCO Design 1-Pager

    Here is a raw cut and paste for our POCO 1-Pager. We are currently working through the design and have some prototype work going on and we would like to hear your feedback. Note this is the "feature design 1-Pager" not the "implementation design 1-Pager" we are still looking at the details for the design...
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