PreCompiling LINQ Queries with Parameters

In my last post, I looked at precompiling a LINQ query to speed up (at least a little bit) your application. The LINQ statement I used as my example was very simple: Dim res = From o In en.Orders           Select o This post looks at a more realistic example: a LINQ statement that has a Where clause. […]
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Pre-Compile LINQ to Entities Queries for Faster Processing

When you issue a LINQ statement against an Entity Framework model, LINQ and Entity Framework conspire together to generate an SQL statement that’s sent to the database engine. The problem is that, if you execute that the same LINQ statement twice, that conversion is performed twice. For a statement executed more than once, especially if […]
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HTML5, .NET, and Silverlight: Why So Serious?

Why all the anxiety about Microsoft’s support for JavaScript+HTML5? In a perfect world, there shouldn’t be any fuss. HTML5 is the latest iteration of the HTML specification and builds into HTML a ton of goodies that developers have had to either shoehorn in with other tools (e.g. Flash), implement by misusing other tools (using CSS classes […]
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