San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Make your SQL Queries Dapper with Mark Thompson
Mark says: "I’ll talk about the different object relational mappers out there – Why
the concept of ORM’s is a good idea but the real world performance
problems that seem all to common as applications scale in production.
We’ll then do a comparison of the entity framework and NHibernate to
some of the other options out there, including Dapper.
Dapper is a Micro ORM created by Stack Exchange (Stack Overflow) to
address exactly these problems.
I’ll then show how easy it is to get started with Dapper (How can the
creators of Stack Overflow be wrong?)
By the end of the talk you should have an understanding of Dapper, how
to use it and a common repository style pattern I’ve seen adopted when
We will be using C#, Mysql and possibly Sqlite as well as the Entity
Framework, NHibernate, Dapper and Peta Poco."
Mark is a Software Development Manager who has worked on software
projects from Military Communications to printing best before dates on
ready meals. He favours the Microsoft Technology Stack, C#, MVC and Team
Foundation Server, and is a Certified Scrum Master and Professional.
When he isn't ranting about code or Scrum he is trying to convince his
two young daughters software development is cool.
Using .Net + Unity3D to Make Cross-Platform Games with Steve Higgs
“When I grow up I want to make line of business applications” - said no one ever. Lets unleash our inner children and use .net and unity to easily create games.
C# and unity
Using the asset store to work around the fact that I can’t draw
Steve does node, c# and other things for Opentable. In previous lives he has developed content management systems, factory control software and gambling apps. Can be a bit sweary.
Date: Wednesday 16th September 2015
Attendence is free. Drinks will be provided. All we ask is a small donation towards the pizza order if you want some pizza. :-)
When & Where
North East Bytes
North East Bytes is a user group based in the North East of England covering Development and IT Pro elements of the Microsoft Technology Stack