Opps: Dangerous typos previous: Entity Framework Profiler is released! next: That No SQL Thing: Document Databases – usages When releasing EF Prof, I had a typo in the pricing information. A single additional zero led to this embarrassment: I think I caught it before anyone actually saw the price… Comments 04/15/2010 05:54 PM by Daniel Hoelbling And if anyone really bought it for that price you can send him a custom build that says Premium in it's title bar :) 04/15/2010 06:13 PM by Darren Kopp or make it the "Im rich prof" member of the profiler family. 04/15/2010 07:30 PM by mendicant Admit it, you were really trying to strongarm people towards using NHibernate.... :) 04/15/2010 07:52 PM by Ayende Rahien Mendicant, ROTFL 04/15/2010 09:15 PM by Rafal Work's not done yet. Now we're waiting for NoSQL Prof! 04/16/2010 01:02 AM by Rob Conery Why do I think people who use EF would give that and more for a bit of help :). Maybe you should have left it the same :) 04/16/2010 11:09 AM by Frans Bouma Actually, I can't imagine using EF without a profiler like this, as it's the only way to get a look at the queries executed. While working on EF support templates for v3 of llblgen I used this profiler sometimes to see what EF did under the hood. Comments have been closed on this topic.