The last thing I will compare in this round of Battle of the ORM’s is how NHibernate and the Entity Framework handle persistence. So first of all I want to vent one of my pet peeves, which is the myth of persistence ignorence. Persistence ignorence is a term used to describe a persistence mecanism that does not contaminate the domain […]
Det skete i de dage… Nu er det snart to år siden jeg startede hos Vertica. Det skete efter at jeg havde været på udkig efter nye udfordringer, og det skal jeg love for jeg fik fra dag ét med Payday. Min første opgave hos Vertica var således at bygge et full service brugerdrevet lønkontor, for Winnie Schmidt, der ville […]
Gimme gimme gimme In the previous Battle of the ORM’s post I looked at setting up and configuring NHibernate and Entity Framework. So the next step is to get down to business and look at querying – the most important part of an ORM. First I need to address that the Entity Framework CTP5 has been released. This means that […]
A few weeks ago we got a copy of the NHibernate 3.0 Cookbook by Jason Dentler, which I was really looking forward to because of the scattered nature the existing documentation for NHibernate. The word Cookbook really says a lot of how the book is structured, and how it should be used. The book consists of a bunch of recipes on how to cook with NHibernate – terrible wordplay, I know, and I am sorry 🙂 So basically it can be a good idea with a quick readthrough, and then it will serve as a place to look up solutions to various scenarios you will be dealing with when using NHibernate.