Seeding a Many to Many With Entity Framework and C# Dynamic

Posted by: peterkellner.net, on 11 Nov 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

In the previous post, we created a single table (speakers) with Entity Framework Code First from a JSON file with Visual Studio 2015.  Now we will add a sessions table that has a many to many relationship to the speakers table.  That is, speakers can have multiple sessions and sessions can have multiple speakers.  We [...]

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