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Many organizations use the .NET Entity Framework to create database applications because of the automation it provides and because developers can create a model that everyone can understand using tools provided as part of Visual Studio. However, some overlook the fact that the Entity Framework supports three workflows: code first, model first, and database first. Using the right model can save developers a lot of time and effort, especially when creating a complex database design.

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