EF4 books and EF 4.1

Posted by: Julia Lerman Blog - Dont Be Iffy..., on 22 Jun 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Ive been asked repeatedly about the viability of my book, Programming Entity Framework, and the other EF4 books out there now that EF 4.1 has been released. The EF4 books are still totally viable and important if you truly want to learn Entity Framework for the purpose of writing enterprise applications. Entity Framework 4.1 simply adds two new features to Entity Framework. The first is an additional way to create a model, called Code First, the second is a stripped down version of the ObjectContext....

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