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//build/ 2012 Talk Video and Source Code

//build/ 2012 Talk Video and Source Code | Great technical articles to build .Net applications | Scoop.it
This year at the //build/ conference I presented a session titled ‘Building data centric applications for web, desktop and mobile using EF5’.
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A Refresh of the Windows Azure Authentication Library Developer ...

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Three months ago we released the first developer preview of the Windows Azure Authentication Library. Today we are publishing a refresh of the developer preview, with some important (and at times radical) improvements.
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Scaling cloud apps with the .NET Framework 4.5 - .NET Blog - Site ...

Scaling cloud apps with the .NET Framework 4.5 - .NET Blog - Site ... | Great technical articles to build .Net applications | Scoop.it
The .NET blog discusses new features in the .NET Framework and important issues for .NET developers.
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Entity Framework 4.1 - DbContext Data Access

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The EF 4.1 DbContext API works with Code First, Database First, and Model First and provides a simplified, productive environment for building all types of data-backed applications (Hooray! RT @faxt:Fixed my Problem!
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Looking into Entity Framework Code First Migrations - Nikolaos Kantzelis ASP.Net Blog

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This is a blog that will focus on ASP.NET,VISUAL STUDIO and DATA ACCESS (Looking into Entity Framework Code First Migrations: http://t.co/5SSn3QhP...)...
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Web Publish Updates with Windows Azure SDK 1.8 - .NET Web ...

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We recently released new updates to the publishing experience in Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2010 as part of the Windows Azure SDK for .NET 1.8 release. The main new features include web site project (WSP) ...
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easyJet transforms business model with cloud and Azure - Microsoft ...

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Luton-based easyJet are differentiating themselves from other low cost airlines by bringing in a new seat booking system. Traditionally synonymous with airport scrums due to the free seating arrangements on their planes, this ...
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Making your way around the Open Source Entity Framework CodePlex Site

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I haven’t spent a lot of time on CodePlex until EF got there. So between learning my way around CodePlex and also how the EF team is organizing all of their information, I kept missing key information because I didn’t know where it was tucked away.
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Digging in to Multi-Tenant Migrations with EF6 Alpha

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I wanted to give the new Multi-Tenant migration feature in the EF6 alpha (released Oct 30, 2012) a whirl and having done so, thought I would save someone a few steps figuring it out.
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