.NET on the ?Net Feb 1-7: DataContext Dilemmas & Versioning Databases
In the running for ?post of the week? there is an outright tie between Rick Strahl?s brilliant post on strategies to handle Linq to SQL?s DataContext dilemma. Her threw in a set of sample business object wrapper samples for good measure. K. Scott ...
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