I just wrapped up my first of two presentations at VSLive New York 2008.
Architect Applications End-to-End with LINQ to SQL
LINQ to SQL is great for getting objects in and out of a relational database but how does it fit in to an n-tier application? Demos are great but how do you really use it?
How should my application’s tiers be organized? What are the best-practices for business objects? How do I incorporate auditing in my application? Can I use a base class for my entities? What are my options for concurrency management? How do I extend the DataContext? What are the best-practices about unit testing? What do I need to know about lazy-loading? Inheritance? How does LINQ To SQL affect my ASP.NET code?
In this session, Ben will answer these questions and more. He’ll show you what the best practices are for developing an n-tier application with LINQ to SQL and show you how your application should be architected for testability, maintenance, and performance.
Here are the links to download the materials:
— ps…If you would like to run this talk at your .NET user group or your company, give me a ping via http://www.benday.com.