A while ago Julie Lerman asked the question above and then suggested that the response should be blogged—so, better late than never, here’s the post.
We did a few things in EF 4.1 that were not at all ground-breaking or cool or anything like that, but were intended only to make programming a little bit more pleasant. […]
A lot of stuff happens when you use a DbContext instance for the first time. Most of the time you don’t worry about this stuff, but sometimes it’s useful to know what’s […]
(Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love CTPs) Back in about 2001 I read Kent Beck’s Extreme Programming Explained for the first time. It changed my life as a programmer. […]
There’s a fairly common misconception that EF4 was the fourth version of the Entity Framework. It’s a reasonable assumption to make, but actually EF4 was only the second released version of EF. […]
This is one of those posts that may only be useful for a short time since we already have a group of people working on migrations support for Code First. That being […]
Imagine your app has an entity to which changes have been made and you want to reject those changes such that they won’t be saved to the database when SaveChanges is called. […]