POCO support gets thumbs up for Entity Framework 4


Unlike the ADO.NET vote of no-confidence back in 2008, the Entity Framework 4 seems to be receiving strong support now that the Entity Framework is becoming a core part of the Microsoft tech-stack and now opens up the possibilities for architecting with repositories.

Entity Framework 4 gains exceptance

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