Thursday, May 19, 2011
Building N-Tier Applications With Entity Framework 4
You must register at https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=155176 in order to be admitted to the building and attend.
The first version of the Entity Framework (EF) did not support entity objects detached from the object context, making it difficult or impossible to use EF in any serious n-tier application. The situation is vastly improved with the release of .NET 4 and the new Entity Framework, which supports a number of strategies that enable and simplify n-tier development. In this demo-packed session, Lenni will show you how to work with EF in disconnected and service-oriented architectures. You’ll see a number of scenarios up close, along with the code that makes it work. We’ll begin with simple cases of attaching disconnected objects to the context, and then move on to richer scenarios involving basic WCF services, and higher-level abstractions with WCF Data Services and WCF RIA Services. You’ll also learn how to create POCOs (plain old CLR objects) and Self-Tracking Entities using the specialized T4 templates now available in Visual Studio 2010. Attend this talk, and learn how to build n-tier applications with Entity Framework 4 today!
Leonard Lobel, Sleek Technologies
Leonard Lobel is the chief technology officer (CTO) and co-founder of Sleek Technologies, Inc., a New York–based development shop with an early adopter philosophy toward new technologies. He is also a principal consultant at Tallan, a Microsoft National Systems Integrator. Programming since 1979, Lenni specializes in Microsoft-based solutions, with experience that spans a variety of business domains, including publishing, financial, wholesale/retail, health care, and e-commerce. Lenni has served as chief architect and lead developer for various organizations, ranging from small shops to high-profile clients. He is also a consultant, trainer, and a frequent speaker at local usergroup meetings, VSLive, SQL PASS, and other industry conferences. Lenni is also lead author in the new MS Press book "Programming Microsoft SQL Server 2008". He can be reached at email@example.com.
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Reception 6:00 PM , Program 6:15 PM
Microsoft , 1290 Avenue of the Americas (the AXA building - bet. 51st/52nd Sts.) , 6th floor
B/D/F/V to 47th-50th Sts./Rockefeller Ctr
1 to 50th St./Bway
N/R/W to 49th St./7th Ave.