Since the announcement of Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 Beta 2 we have seen torrent of requests from people looking to use our Oracle EF provider with VS 2010. The good news is...
In conversations with many .NET developers and architects, I consistently hear a preference to build their initial implementations with SQL Server. In many cases, it’s perfectly logical to do this. If you want to spin your application quickly, it offers the least path of resistance to get things up...
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