miércoles, 10 de mayo de 2017

Dapper Generic Repository

Dapper is a micro ORM product for Microsoft .NET Framework. It provides a set of actions for mapping POCO objects to Relational Database.

It was developed by StackExchange team for your web sites (Stack Overflow, Mathematics, etc) because Linq To Sql did not provide them adequate performance.

Dapper Generic Repository

Dapper es un micro ORM realizado para Microsoft .NET Framework. Este proporciona una serie de acciones para mapear nuestros objetos POCO a bases de datos Relacionales.

Fue desarrollado por el equipo de StackExchange para sus webs (StackOverflow, Mathematics, etc), ya que la tecnología que utilizaban Linq To Sql no les proporcionaba un rendimiento óptimo en su desempeño de acceso a datos.

sábado, 22 de abril de 2017

Linq Extended Joins

Some years ago, I read an article by C. L. Moffatt (link) where he explained, in a very clear and concise way, the types of joins in SQL and the idea of writing a similar article for LinQ has been going round and round in my head since then. Now I´ve decided to do it.

I have seen many questions and answers about this topic in the forums but I couldn´t find any which embrace it all. It is my intention to overcome these missing topics with the next lines.

 This article only tries to be a didactic paper but also tries to make the others´ life easier  by adding a sample project where everything mentioned in the article has been applied. In addition, it is included an extension class that will be useful for those who don´t want to spent too much time coding each and every concept. 

Linq Extended Joins

Hace unos años leí un artículo de C. L. Moffatt (link), donde se explicaba de forma clara y concisa los diferentes tipos de joins en SQL, y tomé la idea de escribir un artículo similar pero enfocado a LinQ, ya que había visto en muchas ocasiones muchas preguntas en foros dirigidas a este tema, pero no he encontrado ninguna en la que aune todos y cada uno de los casos.

Espero dar algo de luz con las líneas que siguen.

lunes, 10 de abril de 2017

Visual Studio Collection Visualizers

The last time, a few years ago, I had to develop a .NET solution with a large set off sequences comparisons between them. This sequences was a big sequences and occasionally it was a living hell to check this results.

I decided built an assembly supports for visualize and filter the collection result in debug mode. Sometime afterwards, I updated this assembly to a Visual Studio Visualizer, and today I shared it with you, because I think is a very useful complement.