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10 years of LLBLGen Pro by FransBouma

Yesterday, September 8th, it was 10 years ago we released the first LLBLGen Pro version, v1.0.2003.1 (see the blog post about that release ). To celebrate this, we give everyone 10% discount when purchasing one or more licenses in the coming 10 days, ...
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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...
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Windows Store dev account: getting rid of it is as hard as signing up by FransBouma

Let's first look at my attempts last year to get a Windows Store dev account . If you're in a TL;DR mood: it was a sucky experience and one has to jump through burning hoops to sign up. It's now a year later and I have done absolutely nothing with this...
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WCF Data Services and the IExpandProvider by FransBouma

Yesterday, a customer ran into a weird issue with our OData/WCF Data Services support in LLBLGen Pro : when an $expand directive was given which was more than one level deep, the service would only return the first level. $expand is OData's directive...
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LLBLGen Pro v4.0 feature highlights: Resultset Caching by FransBouma

This is the second post of a series about the new features in LLBLGen Pro v4.0, which was released on April 6th, 2013. Today I'd like to highlight a new major feature of the LLBLGen Pro Runtime Framework, our own ORM framework shipped with LLBLGen Pro...
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ORM Profiler now .NET 4.5 / Async aware by FransBouma

We updated our data-access profiler ORM Profiler with a new .NET 4.5 specific interceptor dll. This interceptor, which is called SD.Tools.OrmProfiler.Interceptor.NET45.dll , can be found in the main installation folder of the ORM Profiler build we uploaded...
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LLBLGen Pro v4.0 feature highlights: Visual Studio integration by FransBouma

This is the first post of a series about the new features in LLBLGen Pro v4.0, which was released on April 6th, 2013. Starting with v4.0, the LLBLGen Pro designer is usable both as standalone (as it was before) and as an integrated designer in Visual...
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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...
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LLBLGen Pro v4.0 BETA released! by FransBouma

We've released the first beta of LLBLGen Pro v4.0! We hope you all like the new features and additions we packed into this new release! To make sure stuff is truly tested in a lot of scenario's, the beta is available to all v3.x licensees. How to get...
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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...
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