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  • Blog Post: Building Performant Line of Business Applications with LINQ to SQL

    The Scenario Throughout the article, I will refer to the AdventureWorks database and use the following hypothetical customer scenarios: Customer browses list of all products Customer checks status of order through web portal showing all previous orders; detail for first order shown Each...
  • Blog Post: Building Line of Business Applications with LINQ to SQL

    Introduction The LINQ framework offers a basic pattern of sequence operators, allowing for primitive behavior such as filtering, grouping, and joining over collections and types. The support of the high level query comprehension syntax in C# 3.0 is paramount to developing an application quickly and...
  • Blog Post: Easy String to Resource file refactoring

    During the development of internal tools we often have to stop working on features and clean up after ourselves to ensure that strings and such are embedded in the appropriate resource files and not hard coded into our applications. This can be a very tedious and time consuming process. Luckily there...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 Released

    After months of waiting, I can finally say that Visual Studio 2008 was released last week. There are hundreds of new features, language enhancements, and technology integrations in this version. To help you get your head around what is new in Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5, get the training...
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