MSDN Live Fall 2007

Posted by: Patrik Löwendahls shout, on 20 Oct 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

And so another round of MSDN Live seminars has ended. Thanks to the team around the event for making it a success and thanks to Johan Lindfors and Robert Folkesson from Microsoft for inviting me to speak about something I'm so passionate about. It was fun as always... During four days I had the opportunity to explain where the domain model movement has sprung from, what challenges that DataSets and plain ADO.NET is suffering from and how utilizing OO and an ORM, like Entty Framework,...

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