In case any of you are planning on attending the TechEd Microsoft developer conference, taking place June 3-6 in Orlando, I’ll be presenting a session there on “Real-World LINQ to SQL”. Here’s the description of the session, which is part of the “Developer Tools and Languages Track”:
“Take a deep dive into real-world LINQ to SQL applications that seek to exploit the full capabilities of the object-relational mapping technology released with Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. This talk focuses on best practices for incorporating LINQ to SQL into your data-driven Windows Forms or Windows Presentation Foundation application, including the use of eager loading, pass-through SQL, batch updating with stored procedures, concurrency control, and disconnected scenarios. We also address object caching and identity issues, as well as support for distributed transactions.”
If you register before April 18th, you get $200 of the registration fee. Hope to see you there!