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  • Using extension methods to make code less cluttered

    Here is an example where an extension method is useful. Take this LLBLGen Pro code for example: public EntityCollection<CustomersEntity> GetCustomers() { using (DataAccessAdapter da = new DataAccessAdapter("Data Source=[SERVER];Initial Catalog=Northwind;Integrated Security=True")) { LinqMetaData context = new ...
    Posted to Righthand blogs (Weblog) by Miha Markic on november 8, 2008
  • Material from my &quot;Making ORM applications more secure/Naredimo ORM aplikacije varnejše&quot; presentation

    I posted both slides and demo code from my "Making ORM applications more secure/Naredimo ORM aplikacije varnejše" presentation held at Bleeding Edge conference in Portorož on 1.10.2008.The material is in Slovene language. Enjoy.
    Posted to Righthand blogs (Weblog) by Miha Markic on oktober 3, 2008
  • Righthand has joined LLBLGenPro partners

    I am proud to announce that today, after years of experience with LLBLGenPro development, I've become an official LLBLGenPro partner. As such I am offering consultancy and development with LLBLGenPro, the #1 ORM product for .net. Do you want to speed up your database application development, reduce the number of errors in code, develop a ...
    Posted to Righthand blogs (Weblog) by Miha Markic on september 22, 2008
  • Linq to LLBLGen Pro hits the RTM!

    LLBLGen Pro v2.6 is released and a free upgrade to v2.x customers. The major feature of this release is Linq to LLBLGen Pro, as Frans said, ''one of the most feature-rich Linq providers available on .net today''. Having tested beta versions I can only say the this version is a step in right direction. Great work, Frans.
    Posted to Righthand blogs (Weblog) by Miha Markic on junij 9, 2008
  • LLBLGen Pro gets LINQ capability

    My favorite ORM tool just got better - Frans implemented Linq to LLBLGen Pro. He really implemented it to the last detail as he writes in a series of blog post (a must read for everybody doing LINQ to an ORM product). If you are a customer go grab the beta bits. If you are not, well, it is a reason more to become one.
    Posted to Righthand blogs (Weblog) by Miha Markic on marec 12, 2008
  • LINQ to SQL showstoppers

    I have to say that I like LINQ to SQL, heck, I even do presentations about it. So, it is a cute ORM. What is that good about it features LINQ. However, there are some serious showstoppers in there. One are more serious than the others. I won't deal with what's good about LINQ to SQL, rather I'll dive into showstoppers as I see them. So, let's ...
    Posted to Righthand blogs (Weblog) by Miha Markic on oktober 6, 2007
  • LLBLGen Pro got even better

    Frans released a new major version of his LLBLGen Pro ORM. Basically, a top notch ORM product got even better. Make sure you check the what's new list - and if you are looking for an (better) ORM, don't hesitate to give it a try, you won't regret it. The only feature I miss is LINQ support which is supposed to appear in ...
    Posted to Righthand blogs (Weblog) by Miha Markic on avgust 23, 2007
  • Implementing more useful tracing for LLBLGenPro 2.0

    LLBLGen Pro has an internal tracing mechanism that outputs data to Trace class using standard .net mechanism. To enable various tracing categories you have to switch one various TraceSwitches either at runtime or in config file. But what if you want to execute the same select directly in Sql Server Management Studio perhaps? The reason might be ...
    Posted to Righthand blogs (Weblog) by Miha Markic on september 14, 2006
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