I have read and used many good Linq to . I have also read that some of the Linq to __ are not worth learning as there are better techniques. I was just wondering which of the bunch should I ...
I have a webstore which sells components (it is a academic project) which looks like this. I have developed the same web application using following database methodologies: MS Sql Server with Stored ...
I'm preparing a LINQ section in interview questions for senior programmers. What are the most interesting questions in LINQ to include? And why?
In your ASP.NET MVC 3 applications that use a DataContext or DbContext, where do you instantiate your data access object? Here is a non-exhaustive list of where I've seen it done: Individually ...
...or are things getting more complicated? It seems to me that you need to know a lot of stuff to 'properly' develop an MS web app these days. In the bad old days when we didn't know any better we ...
I'm trying to guage how popular and how used LINQPad is today. I'm just wondering if it's still a useful tool or not as VS and other tools have gotten better. Furthermore, I am coding over LLBGen by ...
Basically, I have a very good knowledge of plain old SQL coming from Classic ASP programming. Over the past couple of months, I have been learning C# and today was my first full day at MVC 3 (Razor) ...
Persistence in Java Over the past years, I have gathered experience in the field of persistence abstraction in Java, using concepts such as EJB 2.0, Hibernate, JPA and home-grown ones. They seemed to ...
I'm having a discussion with a co-worker on Linq, I'll copy here: Co-Worker: Lets be honest here. Linq syntax sucks. It's confusing and non-intuitive. Me: oh come on, more confusing ...