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Highlights from Microsoft Build 2021 | Digital Event

I’m happy to announce a Highlights from Microsoft Build 2021 digital event next Thursday, July 15. Please join me and other local experts as we look to provide key insights from the event that will help you expand your skillset, find technical solutions, and innovate for the challenges of tomorrow.

Here are the topics that will be covered:

  • .NET 6 and ASP.NET Core 6 and C#10
  • Internet of Things
  • DevOps
  • Kubernetes
  • Power Platform
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Azure Functions
  • Entity Framework
  • Power BI

For more details about this event, please visit https://www.meetup.com/CTTDNUG/events/279130746/

Enjoy!

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Using Entity Framework Core with Azure SQL DB and Azure Cosmos DB | Azure Friday

In this episode of Azure Friday, Jeremy Likness shows Scott Hanselman how to use Entity Framework (EF) Core with Azure SQL DB and Azure Cosmos DB. EF Core is a lightweight, extensible, open source, and cross-platform version of the popular Entity Framework data access technology.

[0:00:00]– Overview
[0:01:43]– Using Entity Framework Core with Azure SQL DB (existing)
[0:10:23]– Sidebar: Resolving a demo hiccup
[0:15:07]– Using Entity Framework Core with Azure Cosmos DB (new)
[0:22:09]– Wrap-up

Source: Channel 9

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Interesting post on ADO.NET Entity Framework VS Microsoft Data Access Application block

I came across an interesting post today on Entity Framework 4.0 vs Data Access Application Block that I thought I would share…

http://forums.asp.net/post/4170460.aspx

Personally, I prefer to use Entity Framework. It’s cleaner and more flexible in my opinion.

Also, Enterprise Library is still at Version 5.0, while Entity Framework is constantly being updated. EF 5.0 is out now and it’s a lot better compared to EF 4.x, especially with regard to performance. Work is already underway for version 6 and beyond, plus Entity Framework has been open sourced.

To me, the Data Access Application Block that is part of Enterprise Library is dead. It’s not really maintained and it’s no longer the preferred data access technology recommended by Microsoft.

Enjoy!