The date (Thursday, June 24th), the city (Stockholm) and the abstract are firm.
REGISTER HERE: http://www.dotnet4ever.se/ or directly at http://www.informator.se/utbildningar/seminarier/seminarier/hard-core-entity-framework-40.aspx
Now I have to wait for the person organizing this workshop on my behalf to provide registration details. This will be a public workshop.
I will update this blog post, write a new one and also tweet (twitter.com/julielerman) the details as soon as I have them. (They’re here now)
Hard Core EF4
Full Day of Advanced Entity Framework 4 Workshop with Julie Lerman
You’ve been working with Entity Framework 3.5 or maybe even Entity Framework 4, but are ready to take your EF4 code further. You’ve got nagging questions and wish you could just spend a day with an Entity Framework guru!
Now’s your chance! On June 24th Julie Lerman will be conducting a full day Advanced Entity Framework 4 workshop in Stockholm.
The day will focus on the benefits of EF4’s new POCO support.
You’ll learn the different ways that you can enable POCO support in Entity Framework
You’ll then see how to take advantage of the POCO support.
½ day of demos + ½ day of Q&A with the pro=
REGISTER at http://www.dotnet4ever.se
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6 thoughts on “Hard Core EF4 Full-Day Workshop, June 24th, Stockholm”
Someone else is arranging it. I can only wait. Sorry. I will put the info here as soon as I know. It’s really happening. I jsut don’t know how much it will cost, how to register or where it will be held …except somewhere in STockholm.
Unfortunately, it seems like the http://www.dotnet4ever.se page has been down for almost 24 hours now, making it impossible to sign up or anything. To bad….
Send an email to me through the comments page with your email address and I will connect you directly to the person who handles the registration for the class.
@patrik: Here is the direct url:
Sometimes good advice can help much thanks.