On this episode of Herding Code, the guys talk to Ward Bell about single page applications and the Breeze project. Download / Listen: Herding Code 155 – Ward Bell on Single Page Applications and Breeze Show Notes: General SPA discussion Ward talks about how IdeaBlade has been building tools for w.
Carl and Richard chat with Julie Lerman about Entity Framework 5. EF5 ships with .NET 4.5 - yep, they broke the number synchronization this time around. Julie explains that the big number change is for a good reason - this is a big update to Entity Framework. The conversation digs into the new fe.
Carl and Richard talk to Julie Lerman about Entity Framework. Julie talks about her Entity Framework books - one for EF1, the other for EF4. The conversation digs into Entity Framework 4.1 and the key features added, as well as the June CTP which added even more. Julie talks about enum support in.
In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with two members of the Entity Framework team to discuss the Code First update in Entity Framework 4.1 and why developers should be excited about this new feature.Thanks to our guests this episode Tim Laverty is a program manager lead in the B.
In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Jeremy D. Miller to discuss the importance of importance of conventional programming and how it can save time and improve the qualities of your development projects. Jeremy gives the guys a lot of examples and we chat about many open source projects
This week Scott sits down with the lead dev and lead PM for Entity Framework to talk about the improvements from the first version. What's improved and changed? What do they think about NHiberate or just doing SQL on your own?
In this episode of Herding Code, the guys speak with Mark Rendle about his Simple.Data and Fix projects. The show begins with Mark’s Simple.Data elevator pitch in which he explains that Simple.Data is an ORM without the O, the R or the M. Jon asks about Mark’s heavy use of dynamic types in the Si.
This week on Herding Code, the guys talk with Microsoft MVP, MSDN Magazine columnist and Programming Entity Framework author Julie Lerman about what’s new in Entity Framework 4. The show begins with Julie providing a broad look at the new features and improvements around the EF designer, the run.
Scott talks to Jeff Derstadt, Senior Dev Lead in the Database and Modeling Group. They released a CTP (Community Technology Preview) of a simplified Code First model for creating, describing and accessing databases using the Entity Framework. Scott digs in and finds out if this is the Data Access.
This week on Herding Code, the guys talk to Jeff Cohen, Mike Moore, and Scott Bellware about why and how they’ve moved away from Microsoft development and into the Ruby community. K Scott asks the guests about why they switched. Jeff talks about how his switch from desktop development on Windows
At PDC 2009 Oslo was renamed to SQL Modeling and it left a lot of developers scratching their heads. What better way to sort it all out than to talk with someone deep into the stack. We sat down with Lars Corneliussen to see how this is all going to turn out and it what it means for developers.
What? You thought SubSonic was dead! Well, crack open a beer and join the party – the SubSonic 3.0 Release Party! That’s right. It is finally here and Rob Conery (Herding Code’s first repeat guest) gets a little rowdy announcing the new features. Listen in as Rob speaks of Sub...