LINQ to SQL Audit Trail
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So as you can see I’ve been playing with ASP.NET MVC in my free time lately. But as it turns out I learned something totally unrelated to MVC while I was editing the default stylesheet that MVC Preview 2 ships with.
This post is a follow-up to an article I wrote a few weeks ago, ADO.NET Entity Framework Comparison Frustration. As a quick re-cap, I was simply trying to filter a list of users with a LINQ query expression by comparing custom classes, not primitive types.
Today I just stumbled onto some interesting information regarding placements of script blocks and CSS links. According to some extensive testing performed at Yahoo!, they have published a list of Best Practices for Speeding Up Your Web Site. Many of these rules came as no surprise, for example: