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While I was planning to write about the same topic and have the draft ready in my Windows Live Writer waiting to complete, I found an interesting question in StackOVerflow and couldn’t just resist to answer: ORM/Persistence layer Advice The question starts with: I'm starting a new project and I'm looking around for either a very good ORM or for a non-SQL-based persistence layer. Then follows up with a REALLY GOOD summary of what he believes about each known ORM he knew out of his own findings and ...
This was originally an email I sent to .NET team in my company, then decided to share as a blog post. The problem: Let’s say you have a complex application, and this application (or part of it) runs very slowly. No bug s in results, no errors or exceptions, but it just so slow! Now you want to know which part of your code is the reason, which method(s) you need to go and modify., which methods take so long to execute or consume so much memory/CPU. How would you know that? Let’s say you want to improve ...
Emad Ashi (@splashup on twitter) interviewed me in the 5th episode of his first Arabic podcast series DotNetArabi to talk about Object Relational Mapping in .NET in Arabic. Podcast Page: Mohamed Meligy Talking about ORMs (MP3 Direct Download) ?????? ????? ??????? ????? ??? ??????? ??? ???????.. ?????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?? ??? ???????? - ? ???? ??? ???? ?? ??? ???????? ????????? ?? ??? Object Relational Mappers – ORMs ???? ????? ?? “???? ?????” (splashup@ ??? ?????) ??? ???????? ?? ?? ???? “??? ...
Allow me to quote here some emails I sent to the the Dot NET developers group in my company, Injazat, or, as we call ourselves, Ninjazat. I thought it’ll be useful to share some with you as well. · ASP.NET MVC - 20 Hours of FREE Video Tutorials · LINQ FAQ o LINQ FAQ for Newbie’s o LINQ FAQ Part 2 · How we handle application configuration · ScottGu ASPNETMVC Session Video Available Now (Part 1/2 & 2/2) · Web Validation: Best Practices and Tutorials · Building a Single Sign On Provider Using ASPNET ...
I just got back from a business trip and sitting there on the counter was a copy of my latest book from Wrox! This book (my 20th) is titled Professional ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX. This was a fun book and I wrote this with some great co-authors including Matt Gibbs, Dan Wahlin, and Dave Reed. Amazon says that the book will be available on February 3rd (not too far away). Here is some of the introduction I wrote for the book: ----------------------------- ASP.NET revolutionized Web application development. ...
Ever since I started writing web apps, I've realized that there's a huge need to be able to write solid Javascript. Even when ASP.NET launched, there was still a huge need to know Javascript - despite the claims you heard. I'm hearing a lot of the same claims now that ASP.NET 2.0 is out - not quite as much, but they're still there, despite the proliferation of AJAX. Obviously, the need for Javascript is not going away.Well, given that Javascript seems to be such a touchy language, and is dependant ...