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Code and Slides: Building the Account at a Glance ASP.NET MVC, EF Code First, HTML5, and jQuery Application by dwahlin

This presentation was given at the spring 2012 DevConnections conference in Las Vegas and is based on my Pluralsight course . The presentation shows how several different technologies including ASP.NET MVC, EF Code First, HTML5, jQuery, Canvas, SVG, JavaScript...

New Pluralsight Course: Building ASP.NET MVC Apps with EF Code First, HTML5, and jQuery by dwahlin

I just finished up a new Pluralsight course titled Building ASP.NET MVC Apps with EF Code First, HTML5, and jQuery that I’m really excited about. As the title implies, the course provides an end to end look at an application built using ASP.NET MVC, Entity...

Upcoming Pluralsight Course - Web Development with ASP.NET MVC, EF Code First, jQuery, and HTML5 by dwahlin

Update: This course is now available here !   OK...so I admit we're still working on the final title, but there's a lot of great information in this upcoming Pluralsight course I'm working on so it's hard to keep the title short. The goal of the...

Using Entity Framework Code First with Stored Procedures that have Output Parameters by dwahlin

I’m working with a team on a new customer project that uses Entity Framework Code First on the backend for CRUD operations. It’s been a nice ORM to work with since it really simplifies the process of mapping relational objects to CLR objects and lets...

Building the Account at a Glance HTML5/jQuery Application by dwahlin

A Pluralsight course is available that covers this content: As Web technologies continue to evolve developers are required to learn new technologies in order to build successful web-based applications that stand above the crowd. This can be a challenging...

Passing Multiple Records to a Stored Procedure in SQL Server by dwahlin

There are so many different ways to work with data that it can make your head spin.  Regardless of the technology, one thing I always try to do when working with databases is minimize the number of calls that are made.  I use ORM frameworks...
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Pivots to the Rescue – Providing Flexible SQL Server Queries by dwahlin

One of the projects my company is currently working on has a requirement to be able to store timesheet data in a more flexible manner.  The existing Access forms application is being converted to Silverlight 3 and has a fairly rigid (albeit standard...
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