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  • EF 6.x Code-First and Model-First with Trackable Entities 2.1
    However, the team eventually published an article on how to customize the templates, and I was able to include customized T4 templates in the Visual Studio samples and templates for Trackable Entities v2.1. 'Until now Trackable Entities has required the Entity Framework Power Tools to reverse engineer Code-First model classes from an existing database. But not long ago the Entity Framework team released the EF 6.x When the tools were first released, the ability to customize the T4 templates used for generating Code First classes was undocumented. Trackable Entities v2.1 DataMember].
    DevelopMentor Courses - Friday, August 1, 2014
  • Llewellyn Falco: #NoEstimates and Travel
    An example would be useful right about now: Let us look at 3 sample situation (number adjusted for inflation) Robert (1970''s) Let''s say that in 1970''s Robert goes to Europe. 'Today I tweeted: 1970''s: Trips require $$ estimate & traveler checks 2014: Bring a credit debit card & only convert what I use #NoEstimates #ContinuousDelivery The idea I was looking at is pretty simple, when you have continuous flow you don''t need to predict. It changes your behavior and allows you to to hit your mark exactly instead of having a lots of leftover money later you need to re-exchange.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Thursday, July 17, 2014
  • Converting the RavenDB Northwind database to a more denormalized form
    'In a previous blog post I demonstrated how to denormalize the RavenDB sample database and use the DenormalizedReference and INamedDocument types from the RavenDB documentation to make life really sweet. That leaves us with one small problem and that is that the original sample database doesn’t work with our improved document design. With the sample database, small as it is, loading all document as a dynamic type, converting them and saving them would be easy enough but in a real database that would not be practical. So lets look at a better solution fixing the database.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, July 7, 2014
  • Converting the RavenDB Northwind database to a more denormalized form
    'In a previous blog post I demonstrated how to denormalize the RavenDB sample database and use the DenormalizedReference and INamedDocument types from the RavenDB documentation to make life really sweet. That leaves us with one small problem and that is that the original sample database doesn’t work with our improved document design. With the sample database, small as it is, loading all document as a dynamic type, converting them and saving them would be easy enough but in a real database that would not be practical. So lets look at a better solution fixing the database.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, July 7, 2014
  • Converting the RavenDB Northwind database to a more denormalized form
    'In a previous blog post I demonstrated how to denormalize the RavenDB sample database and use the DenormalizedReference<T> and INamedDocument types from the RavenDB documentation to make life really sweet. That leaves us with one small problem and that is that the original sample database doesn’t work with our improved document design. With the sample database, small as it is, loading all document as a dynamic type, converting them and saving them would be easy enough but in a real database that would not be practical. Why JavaScript? Initialize()). 11: {. 15: {.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, July 7, 2014
  • Denormalizing data in RavenDB
    The RavenDB example data The de-facto sample data for SQL Server is the Northwind database. While this sample database is not denormalized it turns out is is quite easy to do so ourselves. 'One of the things with RavenDB, or NoSQL document databases in general, is that you don’t do joins to combine data. Normally you try to model the documents you store in such a way that the data you need for most common actions is stored in the document itself. That often means denormalizing data. Now it turns out that most applications are read heavy and not write heavy. 1: public class Order.
    The Problem Solver - Tuesday, July 1, 2014
  • Denormalizing data in RavenDB
    The RavenDB example data The de-facto sample data for SQL Server is the Northwind database. While this sample database is not denormalized it turns out is is quite easy to do so ourselves. 'One of the things with RavenDB, or NoSQL document databases in general, is that you don’t do joins to combine data. Normally you try to model the documents you store in such a way that the data you need for most common actions is stored in the document itself. That often means denormalizing data. Now it turns out that most applications are read heavy and not write heavy. 1: public class Order.
    The Problem Solver - Tuesday, July 1, 2014
  • Denormalizing data in RavenDB
    The RavenDB example data The de-facto sample data for SQL Server is the Northwind database. While this sample database is not denormalized it turns out is is quite easy to do so ourselves. 'One of the things with RavenDB, or NoSQL document databases in general, is that you don’t do joins to combine data. Normally you try to model the documents you store in such a way that the data you need for most common actions is stored in the document itself. That often means denormalizing data. Now it turns out that most applications are read heavy and not write heavy. 1: public class Order.
    The Problem Solver - Tuesday, July 1, 2014
  • Real-World MVVM with Entity Framework and ASP.NET Web API
    'I just completed a sample application using Simple MVVM Toolkit together with Trackable Entities to build a real-world N-Tier solution with a WPF client and portable POCO entities that are automatically change-tracked and sent to an ASP.NET Web API service that uses Entity Framework to perform asynchronous CRUD operations (Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete). Download the Simple MVVM Trackable Entities sample application here. The nice thing about this sample is that it demonstrates how to build a complete end-to-end solution. public async void ConfirmSave(). {. Enjoy!
    DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, May 28, 2014
  • TechDays 2014: New and improved ASP.NET MVC 5
    'New and improved ASP.NET MVC 5 from Maurice Beijer The sample code can be found on GitHub here. Enjoy! WebAPI TechDays MVC
    The Problem Solver - Thursday, April 17, 2014
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