About Joseph

Joseph Chancellor is a C# developer living in Lake Forest, CA, and has been developing with .NET and LLBLGen Pro for over 3 years. Joseph enjoys programming, writing, traveling, and studying Chinese Mandarin.



9 Responses to “About Joseph”

  1. Andy Says:

    I came across your book from the 4guys site. Thanks for the free book. However, the update images says not available and it was this screen I got stuck on.

    I would like to see a section or perhaps another book on a similar approach to web forms. The O/R is new to me, so its taking me longer to grasp how this helps in my development. Maybe I’ll continue reading and watching videos on the subject and eventually I’ll get up to speed.


  2. Stephan Says:

    Hi Joseph,

    thank you very much for the book. It was very helpfull. It convinced me to use object in stead of typed datasets.

    I agree on andy’s comment. Me too would like to see an example for web-forms.

    Again thanks for this remarkeble book.

  3. David Thomas Says:

    I read your article on Strongly Typed Data Types. I was wondering if you had any ideas how to control the SQL Query Timeout when using them (not the connection timeout)



  4. Joseph Says:

    Unfortunately, I’m not an expert in that area. My only thought is that you might be getting too many records at one time, and getting a smaller set might help solve the timeout issue. Hope that helps!

  5. Ben Hayat Says:

    Hi Joseph;

    Although I’m reading your book for “Free”, but I would like to offer my sincere gratitude for writing this book.

    Great job!

  6. Joseph,

    Thanks for a great book. Would you like to publish your book on our free C# wiki? It would be a boon to our visitors.



  7. Lee Wheless Says:

    I hear about your book from friends in Chiang Mai. Can you point me to an example of using dynamic sql to generate something like a typed view? can I use dynamic sql to collect data from linked tables?


  8. Pete Revell Says:

    I found your book through CodePlex, and both downloaded your free PDF and ordered a hard copy, so as to get the best of both worlds. Do you plan to do a revision for VS2008 and the latest llblGen version? That would be absolutely magic!


  9. Colin Says:

    Hi there,

    Great article of yours I found at: http://aspnet.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/020806-1.aspx

    You have a very good writing style, and, if I didn’t hate table adapters, LINQ, NHibernate and other ORMs so much*… I would probably use strongly typed datasets more often.

    *I’m a database guy before .NET; I know exactly what the data is coming into and out of my classes from/to the db… Haha. No, having a way of finding data type mismatch errors at compile time , is definately very useful.

    Thanks for the articles!!

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