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The ADO.NET Entity Framework is a set of ORM (Object-Relational-Mapping) tools for the .NET Framework, since version 3.5 SP1.

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I would go with .OrderBy(u => !u.IsDefault) the other 2 don't quite fit in my opinion. You have 2 alternative options Declare a property that is called IsNotDefault and use it there .OrderBy(u => …
answered Jan 12 '17 by Denis
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You don't need to enumerate twice here var temp = _context.Users.AsEnumerable().ToList(); You can just call .ToList(). SingleOrDefault() also accepts predicates so the first .Where() call is …
answered Jan 13 '17 by Denis
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You can create a really similar but new generic class which helps you by : Removing the unnecessary use of the SettingExtensions && StringExtensions classes, tho StringExtensions can still be useful …
answered Jan 6 '17 by Denis