I learned myself Entity Framework half a year ago because I really got tired of the way we did queries in my workplace's main product. Seems easy enough, but... Lots of fun when a seemingly innocent LINQ query refuses to do a simple join and instead fire of one query for every related item. And it doesn't slow the application down enough to be noticeable. Well, until our main products peak time in the week.. Server memory usage:📈 Our app:💥 Me that day:😓
But the occasional EF weird-stuff beats having to deal with stored procedures and stringbuilder-made query strings.
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