Hanselminutes Podcast 105 - Rocky Lhotka on Data Access Mania, LINQ and CSLA.NET
My one-hundred-and-fifth podcast is up. I got a chance to sit down with Rocky Lhotka (blog) and talk about the direction data access, business objects and multi-tier development are going, as well as where he things LINQ fits into his view of CSLA.NET. CSLA.NET is Rocky's application development framework that supports his multi-tiered view of business application development.
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Enjoy. Who knows what'll happen in the next show?