Programming the Microsoft® ADO.NET Entity Framework

Programming the Microsoft® ADO.NET Entity Framework
Published:February 24, 2010Language:English
Author:David SceppaTechnology:N/A
Length:384 PagesISBN 13:9780735625297

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About The BookPractical reference for building professional-level skills with the ADO.NET Entity Framework

Get the essential guide to the ADO.NET Entity Framework—with expert insights direct from the Microsoft Entity Framework team. This practical reference covers the Entity Framework features with a focus on real-world scenarios and examples rather than exhaustive property-by-property coverage of the API. The Entity Framework allows developers to construct their application model and then map the application model to their database schema. Developers write queries using either Language Integrated Query (LINQ) or Entity SQL. The Entity Framework converts the LINQ expressions or Entity SQL queries into database queries based on the mapping information supplied. This book provides pragmatic insights into object-relationship management (ORM) with the ADO.NET Entity Framework, and explores how developers can simplify connections between data and applications. In addition, it features preview coverage of exciting forthcoming technologies from Microsoft, including code-named “Astoria” and “Jasper"—extensions to the Entity Framework. Includes a companion Web site with code samples.
About David SceppaDavid Sceppa, author of Programming Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0 Core Reference, is a program manager on the SQL Server team at Microsoft and an expert on ADO.NET. As a former technical lead in the Microsoft Developer Support group, he helped customers build database applications with Microsoft Visual Basic® and Microsoft Visual FoxPro®. David is MCSD certified in Microsoft .NET Framework and has a background in teaching.
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