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We had a very interesting .NET meeting in which i gave a short presentation on the new features of .NET 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010. The main presentation came from Jake Markhus @jmarkhus who talked about NHibernate (http://nhforge.org). The membership for the group is growing each time we meet and its very encouraging. Some employers found candidates within our group for hiring, and this has resulted in a mutual benefit between the employers and job-seekers – really cool stuff. Jake above giving ...
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@ ??? ?????) ??? ???????? ?? ?? ???? “??? ...
On my latest project, I needed to come up with a Business and Data layer(s) with the following requirements: 1) They wanted to use a code generation tool to automatically generate the classes whenever the database (which was still under development) changed 2) The business objects would basically mirror the database tables 3) I had a couple of days to deliver. Michael Eaton suggested using Castle Active Record (which uses NHibernate). I found some Active Record templates for CodeSmith, and within ...