Entity Framework Sneak Peak We have not decided if we are going to leave the EF in the 3.6 edition when we release, or if it will continue to be a Preview technology. It all depends on the feedback we get from the community. The Entity Framework DLL implements all the commands, but we are not sure about all the various SQL generation strategies in the EF runtime. I am sure there are some LINQ commands that will generate terrible SQL for us, but we need to find those and get them addressed. I wanted to get a profile and stat output for this build, but it didn’t make it in – maybe next one. I think the EF basics should work for just about anything, it just remains to be seen how well it performs on various LINQ commands, and what we can do to improve it. The current plan is to test EF for now as a Preview technology and ship it later this year. Is this feature a big enough deal to bump the version to 4.0? We would like to know your feedback. It has been a lot of work to get all of the EF implemented and tested, but hopefully it will show people that VistaDB is quite serious about the future of database technologies. People thought we hadn’t shipped it because we couldn’t do it for some reason. We are just taking a very cautious approach, hopefully that is something you can appreciate from your database vendor.