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News Brandy Favilla is currently the Community Engagement Manager at New Horizons of Minnesota (www.nhmn.com). In this position, she helps people define and build their careers through educational events. Brandy focuses on networking with members of the Information Technology community to form partnerships in education. She strives to maintain New Horizons’ reputation as a high-quality learning center throughout the Twin Cities and beyond. Some of her accomplishments include chairing the committee for both the TechFuse and MindSurf Conferences hosted by New Horizons, co-chairing Twin Cities Code Camp and Twin Cities SharePoint Camp, Co-host of the Twin Cities Developers Guild, VP of PR for TechMasters (www.techmasters-tc.com), Communications Chair of PACT (www.pactweb.org), Programs chair for IAMCP, President of the Business Intelligence User Group (www.ncbisig.org) and actively participating in the SharePoint User Group (www.sharepointmn.com). *the thoughts and opinions in this blog are my own and do not reflect the opinions of New Horizons of Minnesota

Twin Cities IT and Developer Events Postings by Brandy Favilla
Chippewa Valley .Net User Group

Tuesday, Mar 10, 2009 at 05:00 PM
Location: GreenMill Restaurant
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Generating code for large-scale architectures is a complex topic. This talk will discuss ways to integrate the ADO.NET Entity Framework into your architecture’s code generation process and have it perform the “heavy lifting” in your Data Access Layer. We will cover an introduction to the framework itself and discuss some of the potential pitfalls (and how to avoid them) when using it in large-scale architectures where testing is important. We will also look at ways to customize the usage of the framework in scenarios where code generation is the focal point of development. Over the course of this discussion we will cover general code generation principles as well as discuss several approaches that make use of the .NET CodeDOM and its related technologies. These techniques can prove to be “manpower multipliers” in applications of all sizes.

Beau Crawford is a Consultant with Magenic. He has worked on various types of applications over the past decade, using numerous languages. He enjoys all areas of software development but has a special interest in Code Generation and Framework Development. Beau holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota-Duluth.

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