Entity Framework full day pre-con workshop at DevConnections

I am in the terribly pathetic position of having to try to let people know about my workshop because it was inadvertantly ommitted from the printed brochure which has been inserted in the past few issues of MSDN Magazine and aspNetPRO magazine.

My workshop is listed on the website and the online schedule, but not in the printed brochure, so I think lots of people who may be interested, will not even be aware of it.

This is the start of the full Data Access track at DevConnections. We’ll have non-stop data access sessions for four straight days!

Here is a link to the Pre-Conference Workshop page.

SO here it is again:

VPR204: ADO.NET Entity Framework: From 0 to 60 (9:00am – 4:00pm)
Add’l Fee $399

Julia Lerman
This full day workshop will provide you with a full overview of the soon-to-be released ADO.NET Entity Framework, Microsoft’s new core data platform. In this workshop, you will learn what the Entity Framework is and how it fits into your application and enterprise architecture. We will begin with an introduction to the Entity Data model, how to build it, and how to implement it in its simplest form. Then you will learn how to take advantage of the true power of the Entity Data Model by creating customized mappings and implementing it in real-world multi-tier architectures. You will learn how to query Entity Data Models using LINQ to Entities, Entity SQL with Object Services, and stream data with Entity Client. The workshop will also explore some of the more complex features of object services as well as offer guidance as to when and where to you will want to use the Entity Data Model and which of its core querying methods is right for different scenarios.

I’ll be doing this workshop in at the Developer Summit in Stockholm on April 11th as well.

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