Collaboration, reward and “wisdom of crowds”

After I had this rather frustrating experience with unhelpful answers on more than one occasion, I started to note a certain pattern. One type of noise makers would make some general or seemingly inoffensive comment, something like “This is interesting question; I would also like to know how it is solved.” Or “I really don’t know how to do that, but you could try looking at documentation at msdn, here is the URL that talks about the subject…”

LINQ to SQL or LINQ to MS SQL?

LINQ to SQL is simple ORM framework from Microsoft that ships with .Net framework 3.5. Today, it seems that Microsoft is trying to divert all attention to alternative Entity Framework, but this one is not without controversy. This maybe the reason why Microsoft didn’t address one very serious limitation of LINQ to SQL in SP1 […]