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Jetbrains' InspectCode result file viewer by FransBouma

Yesterday I was looking for some C# analysis tools, but they either were very expensive or came with add-ins like Resharper . Nothing against these add-ins except that I'm not very fond of having loads of extensions in my IDE as it feels like they slow...

Fetch performance of various .NET ORM / Data-access frameworks, part 2 by FransBouma

This is the second post about fetch performance of various .NET ORM / data-access frameworks. The first post, which has lots of background information can be found here . In this second post I'll post new results, including results from frameworks which...

Microsoft and developer trust (or lack thereof) by FransBouma

There has been some talk around several internet outlets about the (seemingly) eroding trust developers have in Microsoft and its techniques (see David Sobeski's piece here , Tim Anderson's piece here and e.g. the Reddit Programming thread here ). Trust...

Code-first O/R mapping is actually rather silly. by FransBouma

Code-first. It's a way of defining mappings for O/R mappers by hand-writing entity classes and then hand-writing mapping files (either by using shortcuts like conventions or by a fluent api which allows you to setup the mappings rather quickly) to a database...

ORM Profiler v1.5 RTM has been released! by FransBouma

Exactly a month after we released the first beta , we've released the RTM of ORM Profiler ! It's a free upgrade for licensees. For what's new, please go to the what's new page in the documentation . Happy profiling!

ORM Profiler v1.5 beta has been released! by FransBouma

Yesterday we released the first beta of ORM Profiler v1.5! The new features are: Entity Framework 6 support Real time analysis:      New analysis types: Number of connections / sec exceeds a given threshold Number of commands / sec...

LLBLGen Pro v4.0 released! by FransBouma

I'm proud to announce we've released v4.0 of LLBLGen Pro ! This release is the 13th full release we've done and it arrives in the year LLBLGen Pro turns 10. As always we've packed the new release with great new features and I hope we've added what you...

Re: You’re not your code by FransBouma

This post is a reply to Scott Hanselman ’s post: " You’re not your code " There are no two programmers in the world who like each others code, there's always criticism: "I would have done this differently" or worse "Whoa, dude...

The Windows Store... why did I sign up with this mess again? by FransBouma

Yesterday, Microsoft revealed that the Windows Store is now open to all developers in a wide range of countries and locations. For the people who think "wtf is the 'Windows Store'?", it's the central place where Windows 8 users will be able...

LLBLGen Pro feature highlights: model views by FransBouma

(This post is part of a series of posts about features of the LLBLGen Pro system) To be able to work with large(r) models, it's key you can view subsets of these models so you can have a better, more focused look at them. For example because you want...
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