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Microsoft Reports Significant Performance Improvements in Entity Framework 5

by Jenni Konrad on  Feb 16, 2012 4

Microsoft has announced that the upcoming Entity Framework 5 could potentially improve performance up to 67 percent. Developers using EF 4.0 should also see performance improvements just by upgrading to .NET Framework 4.5.

LLBLGen Pro 3.0 Now Supports Multiple Persistence Frameworks

by Abel Avram on  Jun 16, 2010 1

LLBLGen Pro is an ORM tool which supports multiple persistence frameworks: LLBLGen Pro Runtime, Entity Framework, NHibernate and LINQ to SQL. Other new features are: support for .NET 4.0, model-first or database-first development mode, model view, project validation.

ORM Profiling Tools for the .NET Platform

by Jonathan Allen on  Nov 16, 2009 5

Sadly the terms “ORM” and “performance problems” often travel together. By hiding the underlying SQL from the developers, ORMs can offer a huge productivity boost. Unfortunately they also make it easy to generate ridiculously bad queries without realizing it. And without stored procedures to cross reference, finding the offending code without an ORM-specific profiler can be quite tricky.

LINQ to SQL Changes in .NET 4.0

by Jonathan Allen on  Jun 02, 2009

Damien Guard of Microsoft’s Data Programmability has posted a rather long list of the changes to LINQ to SQL. While they are still committed to Entity Framework over the long run, this will do much to alleviate the fear LINQ to SQL will be completely neglected in the mean time.

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