Many thanks to all who voted for it! And congratulations to Joseph D. Booth for winning the gold award for his Natural Language Processing Succinctly and to Alessando Del Sole (@progalex) for his bronze award for Xamarin.Forms Succinctly!
This page lists all the books I wrote or reviewed for Syncfusion’s Succinctly series.
Books I wrote:
Entity Framework Code First Succinctly (July 2014)
NHibernate Succinctly (August 2014)
Microsoft Unity Succinctly (December 2014)
ASP.NET Multitenant Applications Succinctly Released (September 2015)
Entity Framework Core Succinctly Released (January 2018)
Books I reviewed:
My latest (and fifth) ebook for Syncfusion’s Succinctly collection is out: Entity Framework Core Succinctly! It covers Entity Framework Core 2.0 and you can download it for free – need to register first, though.
This book is inspired by my previous one on Entity Framework Code First, but quite a lot has changed.
Huge thanks to Jeff Boenig for the technical review and to Hillary Bowling, Tres Watkins and Jacqueline Bieringer of Syncfusion for all their support.
This time, it’s about writing multitenant applications with ASP.NET. It was fun to write, and I certainly hope you find it interesting too!
In it I have a number o “recipes” for handling different aspects of multitenancy. I’m looking forward for your feedback on it!
So, go get it here!
The first edition was about Entity Framework 5, and a lot has happened since. I would like to ask all of my blog readers that have read Entity Framework Code First Succinctly and are into Entity Framework Code First to send me your comments, corrections or suggestions for the new edition. I will be very thankful!