reating Database independent code with Telerik's OpenAccess ORM

Organiser
Louisville .NET Meetup Group
Date
Fri, 18 Feb 2011, 00:00 - 02:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
(Exact location not available) , Louisville, US
Cost
Free

Abstract:
Ed Charbeneau will be presenting 'Creating Database independent code with Telerik's OpenAccess ORM'. In this talk Ed will discuss the benefits of using Object Relational Mapping (ORM) to create database independent applications. He will be covering Reverse/Forward persistent object mapping, LINQ, and best practices. Ed will show how ORM will reduce the data access layer by up to 90% and go from new project to WCF Data Service in 30 seconds.

About this event:
Food and Drink will provided for this event. Please RSVP so we can plan appropriately. The event will run for appropriately 1 hour; door prizes given away at the end of the event.

Telerik has donated one OpenAccess ORM Full License to give away as a door prize at this event.

Speaker Bio:
Ed Charbeneau is a Developer and Webmaster for Sypris Solutions, Inc. In addition, Ed is a co-organizer of Code PaLOUsa and theLouisville .NET Meetup Group.

Ed designs and develops internal web based applications for business, manufacturing and systems integration. Ed's specializes in ASP.Net, C#, VB combined with SQL. While Ed's main focus is web based applications, he is also exploring solutions for Windows Phone 7 and iPhone.

More about Ed Charbeneau:
Web: codepalousa.com, sypris.com
Blog: http://www.infopoint....
Twitter: @EdCharbeneau
Other: weekendchowdown.com

Notes:
OpenAccess ORM Express Edition is FREE
OpenAccess ORM Express Edition provides the same functionality as the commercial version, but supports only the free databases (MS SQL Server Express, Oracle Express, MySQL and Firebird).
Download OpenAccess ORM from Telerik.com

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