Wondering why the db backend looks the way it does when using EF Code First? What to split a class across tables ? Represent a class hierarchy in the DB ? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Glenn Witerski
Excellent book easy to understand. I will recommend this book to everybody who wants to understand how entity framework worksPublished 6 months ago by Anil Dhingra
This is the 3rd EF book I purchased - the first two were worthless. Julia Lerman does a great job of explaining things in an understandable way. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Douglas A. Drake
Author has explained the concepts very clearly. One of best thing is, every concept is backed by appropriate example. Must read!Published 9 months ago by Pavan Kumar
No index in the edition that I got. Makes it very hard to use for reference.
But you don't have a lot of choices on publisher's for this topic.
It won't come as any great surprise to those familiar with the authors that this book was as great as its companion title, Programming Entity Framework: DbContext, and the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by bibliomanic
The book is very good if you know ADO.NET and wan't to learn about code first. But it does not stand alone...Published 14 months ago by Rene Nejsum
Julia is very thorough. She is an excellent teacher.
If there is anything I don't know how to do I can find the information very quickly in her book.