Results of the Data Access Poll

If you havent voted, please feel free to vote for what data access strategy here:

For those who were interested in the results:

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One thing that I took away from this is that some strategies did not get any votes (and I expected them to) like CSLA.  I think that's a product more of the fact that Rocky's readers probably don't read my the poll is very unscientific.  I was surprised by the sheer number of LINQ for SQL respondents and the big Entity Framework numbers.  Both being new technologies, I didn't expect there to be much usage yet.  Go figure.

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