Not just Linq to Sql, but always useful for mapping CLR types to SQL data types.
When you look to invest in an asset, it’s often important to consider the risk of an investment as well as the overall historical returns. Assuming you have no external knowledge of the asset, looking at the volatility of its returns is a pretty good estimate of risk. Ideally, you’d like to see super high returns with no volatility– just a steady stream of money rolling in day after day.1 The Sharpe ratio is a way to combine the returns of an asset and its historical risk into a single number.
However, there is another way and I had not seen this before until today. It is called protocol-less urls, and it looks like this:
This means that the browser works out which protocol it should be using based on the page that loaded it.
It really works nicely, and more info can be seen here: