I’ve been creating video training for Pluralsight and Microsoft (MSDN).
My library at Pluralsight continues to grow. Pluralsight requires a subscription. You can start with a 10-day trial or contact me for a special 30-day trial code.
|From a subscriber: “Your videos on Pluralsight are absolutely wonderful. Pluralsight itself is a gold mine — your contribution is top notch.”|
|Getting Started with Entity Framework 6||July 2015|
|Looking Ahead to Entity Framework 7||Mar 2015|
|EF6 Ninja Edition – What’s New in EF6||Nov 2014|
|Domain-Driven Design Fundamentals||July 2014|
|Automated Testing for Fraidy Cats LikeMe||May 2013|
|Entity Framework 4.0 By Example||Aug 2010|
|Entity Framework and Data Models||Nov 2010|
|Designer Supported EDM Customization||Jan 2011|
|Querying the Entity Framework||Feb 2011|
|Entity Framework 4.1 – Code First||Jun 2011|
|Entity Framework 4.1 – DbContext||Sep 2011|
|Data Layer Validation with EF 4.1+||Feb 2012|
|Entity Framework Code First Migrations||Mar 2012|
|Getting Started with Entity Framework 5||Mar 2013|
|Entity Framework in the Enterprise||Sep 2012|
Some of my conference sessions are online.
Cross platform .NET, welcome to the new age! A demo done entirely in OSX at DotNetFringe 2016:
Entity Framework Model Partitioning in Domain-Driven Design Bounded Contexts
from TechEd 2014 North America
Entity Framework in Core Business Applications and Domain-Driven Design Approaches
from TechEd 2013 North America
Here’s an variation of that talk (different focus and my ideas had evolved) that I did in November 2013 at Oredev:
I created this next set of (free access) videos for Microsoft ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/data/cc300162) are for EF4.1. I hope you are able to use more recent technologies, but didn’t want to over look these.