Tim Mallalieu's Blog.

Just a PM's random musings on data, models, services...
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    Alex James is on point for the EF Design Blog

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    Although we want all folks from the team to be able to post content as they saw fit on the EF Design Blog , we wanted someone on point to be the person who did actual care & feeding of it. Alex James , one of the PM's on the team is the person on...
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    New Wiki

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    So,  I just threw up a new wiki to collect patterns and practices from the developer community that can help inform our understanding of real world developer scenarios. Where did this come from? ... I had a good thread with Scott Bellware where he...
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    To Lazy Load or not to Lazy load?

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    I just exchanged email with Martin Fowler about the term Lazy load. The interpretation that we on the Entity Framework team had about Lazy Loading was that on a given query we would not "eagerly" load an entire graph (i.e. load a customer, their...
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    POCO Prototype Video...

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    We just threw up a screencast on the EF design site to complement the POCO feature design notes. This was a prototype that Mirek (one of the developers on the team) has been doing around a full POCO enabled state manager. I am hoping that we can get early...
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    First Thing on the EF Design Blog

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    We just pushed the first piece of content to the EF Design Blog . This one is a "Feature Design" posting about the POCO feature that we are working on for V2. Sometime today we hope to get a quick screen cast of a prototype up. We will actively...
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    Vote of No Confidence

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    So, It's been a long, long time since I have posted anything on my blog. Reality is I tried to maintain a blog where I thought I could come up with wonderfully profound things to share with the world but clearly that was not the case. Having said that...
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