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DataObjects.Net releases a community version and some goodies
I have been following the events at X-tensive.com and excited by the release of DataObjects.Net community license and new features in version 4.5.4. I have always had a sweet spot on DataObjects.Net, mainly because of the clean architecture and features that the product has. Now my mind is getting blown away by features that I never thought may be possible in an ORM. Over the past few months the DataObjects.Net community started working on plugins that would extend the functionality of DataObjects.Net. ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 21, 2012 2:54 AM | Comments (0) |

50% off on DataObjects.NET
I have been closely following the updates on http://x-tensive.com/ and been impressed with the new features that keep getting added into DataObjects.NET. A few days ago, I saw the 50% sale blog post here and thought it would be very interesting for anyone that wishes to start using DataObjects.NET but feared could not afford the price. DataObjects.NET ORM is very feature rich, well designed and will certainly save you countless development hours by making you think about the domain and code rather ......

Posted On Monday, December 5, 2011 12:41 AM | Comments (0) |

Uganda .Net Usergroup–May 2011
In the month of May we met again for the .NET Usergroup, and I presented some introductory material into software design and architecture. The talk was aimed at looking into new ways of software design and managing of complex software components by using domain driven approach. I talked about best practices, coding patterns and DDD, TDD and DataObjects.NET (http://dataobjects.net). I advocated for best practices presented by the best practices team http://msdn.microsoft.com/e... ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 8, 2011 12:30 AM | Comments (0) |

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