Monthly Archives: August 2007

Repository Factory meets Enterprise Library Configuration Editor

I mentioned before how the Data Access Guidance Package in the Web Service Software Factory is being replaced with the Repository Factory to help generate a data access layer for your applications. One of the cool new features of the … Continue reading 

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LINQ To SQL Debugger Visualizer Concerns

I mentioned this on my personal blog and 1 person in particular has a problem with what I am saying, so I thought I would blog about it here to see what others think. This seems like a legitimate concern … Continue reading 

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My .NET Rocks! Show on Enterprise Library 3.0

  I had a blast on .NET Rocks! talking about all the cool new features in Enterprise Library 3.0. You can now download and listen to the show: David Hayden on the Enterprise Library Thanks to Carl and Richard for making the … Continue reading 

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LINQ To SQL – Query Tuning Appears To Break Down In *More Advanced* Scenarios

In the last post: LINQ To SQL Query Tuning for Performance Optimization Frans pointed me to a post on the MSDN Forums that discusses the chattiness that can occur in LINQ To SQL when you attempt to prefetch more complex object … Continue reading 

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LINQ To SQL Query Tuning for Performance Optimization

In my last post: LinqDataSource And How You Can *Maximize* Roundtrips to Your Database I discussed how you can easily misuse LINQ To SQL and bring your application to a crawl by causing performance issues via too many roundtrips to … Continue reading 

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LinqDataSource And How You Can *Maximize* Roundtrips to Your Database

I was reading Scott Guthrie’s excellent series of posts on LINQ when I came to the following post that doesn’t quite work the way you would think and will actually kill the performance of your ASP.NET Web Application: LINQ to … Continue reading 

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