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Posted 19 Aug 2012

Using the Entity Framework 4.3 in .NET Development

, 8 Sep 2012 CPOL
This article describes how to use the Entity Framework version 4.3 in your Windows desktop or web application for database access.

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Peter Carrasco
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I am a senior software engineer and technical lead for a mid-sized technology firm. I have an extensive background in designing, developing, and supporting ASP.NET web-based solutions. I am currently extending my skill-set to the area of application identity management and access control.

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