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I'm still using Linq-to-SQL in the .net world. For 99% of what I need it to do, it works golden. Once in a while I've got to go in and profile and rewrite a query when somebody that doesn't know what they are doing has introduced an n+1 query, or done something overly "clever" that's resulted in gnarly SQL being generated.



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