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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. ...
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 ...
This one almost slipped away from me. It is only a week until the next CITAG meeting. This month Mike Vogt will be discussing ORM Frameworks and what they mean to the amount of code that our development teams have to write. I am sure we will get into a discussion of the truths and myths around these products. Come out and join us for a night of discussion and meet a few of your peers in the process. Register here. del.icio.us Tags: CITAG,Chicago Information Technology Architects Group,ORM,ORM Frameworks ...
While I was planning to write about the same topic and have the draft ready in my Windows Live Writer waiting to complete, I found an interesting question in StackOVerflow and couldn’t just resist to answer: ORM/Persistence layer Advice The question starts with: I'm starting a new project and I'm looking around for either a very good ORM or for a non-SQL-based persistence layer. Then follows up with a REALLY GOOD summary of what he believes about each known ORM he knew out of his own findings and ...
Emad Ashi (@splashup on twitter) interviewed me in the 5th episode of his first Arabic podcast series DotNetArabi to talk about Object Relational Mapping in .NET in Arabic. Podcast Page: Mohamed Meligy Talking about ORMs (MP3 Direct Download) ?????? ????? ??????? ????? ??? ??????? ??? ???????.. ?????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?? ??? ???????? - ? ???? ??? ???? ?? ??? ???????? ????????? ?? ??? Object Relational Mappers – ORMs ???? ????? ?? “???? ?????” (splashup@ ??? ?????) ??? ???????? ?? ?? ???? “??? ...
If you don’t know what eager loading is, Jump to “What’s eager loading?”. Eager Loading Syntax If you are eager loading Products for example in a typical (Categories 1<->* Products) relation, the standard syntax would like: DbDataContext.Categories.In... What is the problem with that? The “Products” part. The word “Products” is a string. If I rename the Products table to ShopProducts or whatever or even remove it from this data diagram and have it elsewhere, or even something ...
The Useless Introduction You Used To :) This post has taken so long to be started in writing. I’ve been busy with many events in my life lately. Suffering from frequent limited internet access lately, and, all this moving between companies thing has been eating me. And yes, I admit, I' have been as tired and more honestly lazy as you expected me to be! Hey, there’s a little warning. This post is not exactly for my usual audience. I’m sorry, but introducing Domain Driven Design is not one of the goals ...