Entity framework is great for increasing developer productivity. However, it has gained a reputation for being slow. For this reason, some developers are hesitant to use it. Often the slow performance is due to the developer not understanding how Entity Framework behaves and could be easily fixed by a small change. On October 17th, Joe Walling is going to show you some of these gotcha’s and how you can troubleshoot data access performance issues. After making these optimizations, he will run some of the same queries via ADO.NET and Dapper to see the difference in performance between EF, ADO.NET, and Dapper.
By the end of this demonstration, you will understand how to write better performing EF code and to determine if you need to use another data access approach for performance considerations.
How much of a difference in performance do you expect?
This month’s meeting is sponsored by the MDI Group.
Be sure to RSVP to the meetup and bring a parking pass. If you need a parking pass, let me know and I’ll send you one.