Dino Esposito

Dino Esposito is CTO of e-tennis.net, specialists in web and mobile solutions for professional sports. He is also author of Programming Microsoft ASP.NET MVC3 (Microsoft Press) and is a trainer and consultant specializing in web, social, and mobile integrated architecture and effective code design principles and practices. Dino blogs at .NET Architectonics. Follow Dino on Twitter: @despos

Articles by Dino Esposito
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5 Aspects of Effective Persistence of Entity Framework Models
Entity Framework takes a neutral approach to persistence of models in SQL Server. Learn about the Code-First model, as well as some tips for effective persistence.
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Data Binding in ASP.NET Web Forms
The ASP.NET Web Forms model features many tools to simplify the development of data bound applications, saving time and reducing the chance for errors.
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The Entity Framework in Action 1
Visual Studio 2010 includes Entity Framework (EF) 4. Knowing what EF 4 is about and having an idea of how to use it can help you decide whether you want to add EF 4 to you SQL Server development toolkit.
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Visual Studio 2010 for Database Professionals 1
VS 2010’s new code-editing features, database projects, and support for the .NET Framework 4.0 and the Entity Framework 4.0 let you more easily design and develop applications.
LINQ to SQL in Action: Joining and Grouping 3
Explore the workings of LINQ to SQL queries, then walk through examples of using LINQ to SQL to join and group data in .NET Framework applications.
VB vs. Visual Basic .NET 1
Here are some important differences between VB and Visual Basic .NET that you need to know about.
A Soft Landing to ADO.NET 1
ADO.NET is very different from the ADO data-access model. But you don't need to give up your existing applications when you switch to .NET. Learn how you can use your ADO code from within ADO.NET to extend the life of your applications.
The DiffGram Format 3
Dino Esposito explains how the DiffGram format is different from other XML formats.
Error Handling in .NET Languages 1
Author Dino Esposito explains how the .NET Framework and the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) can greatly assist you in designing error-resistant software.
XML Filtered Views 1
Dino Esposito provides tips for writing code to institute serialization for a DataTable or a DataView class.
Validating XML Data in .NET
Learn how to use the XmlValidatingReader class in .NET to validate data.
Introducing .NET XML Writers
Learn how and when to use XML writers.
More About .NET XML Readers
Dino Esposito examines the methods the XmlTextReader provides that let you jump from node to node.
.NET XML Readers
The .NET Framework provides a new approach to XML documents--XML readers--that falls somewhere between XMLDOM and SAX.
Managed Providers
Managed providers, a new type of data provider, are the only direct ADO.NET way to access data sources.
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