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Entity Framework ou comment réconcilier les développeurs et DBA sur l'accès aux données. Matthieu Mezil. Christian Robert. Senior Developer Consultant firstname.lastname@example.org. Senior Database Consultant email@example.com. EvoluSys SA. Access It IDF. About Matthieu.
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Senior Developer Consultant
Senior Database Consultant
Access It IDF
Matthieu Mezil – firstname.lastname@example.org
Work on .NET Server since 1.0 (2002)
C# MVP (2008 – 2009)Data Platform Development MVP (since 2010)
Specialized on Entity Framework, C#, T4, Architecture.
My French blog : blogs.codes-sources.com/matthieu
My English blog : msmvps.com/blogs/matthieu
Framework et langages .Net, AZURE, Silverlight, WPF/Surface, VS/TFS, Windows Phone 7,…
SQL Server (SSIS, SQL, SSAS, SSRS), PowerPivot, SharePoint & on-line, Office 365,…
Christian Robert - email@example.com
Have worked with SQL Server since 7.0
SQL Server MVP since 2007Microsoft Certified Master on SQL Server 2008
Specialized on SQL Server Relational Engine, around Performance Tuning, Security, TSQL Source Management and Powerpivot.
13 years in the database industry . Worked on Large deployment of SQL Server. Projects for : CICR, ricardo.ch, …
My blog : blogs.codes-sources.com/christian
Swiss SQL Server User Group : www.sqlpass.ch
DB relational conception != Entities object conception. EF runtime does the mapping job for you
EntityFramework pour développeur & DBA
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