Monthly Archives: June 2008

Architecting LINQ To SQL part 9

Previously: Architecting LINQ To SQL part 8 LINQ To SQL with N-Tier: Why is there pain? People tend to experience pain using LINQ in N-Tier scenarios because they are trying to pass entities between layers. You can find some examples … Continue reading 

Posted in Architecture, LINQ | 6 Comments

The criticism of the Entity Framework is not just around Domain Driven Design

Some of the response to the open letter on the Entity Framework have suggested that the criticism comes from practitioners of Domain Driven Design, as outlined by Eric Evans, who find that the model proposed for Entity Framework does not … Continue reading 

Posted in Object-Orientation | 19 Comments

DDD7 Call for speakers

We have announced the date for DDD7 as Saturday 22nd November 2008, at Microsoft’s campus in Reading (UK). That is a long time out, but we wanted to begin the call for speakers now, to give speakers plenty of time … Continue reading 

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