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  • Blog Post: LINQ generated NHibernate and Entity Framework SQL (JOIN)

    In continuation of a previous blog which compared 2 simple SELECT statements between NHibernate and Entity Framework, I do the same with the joining of 2 tables together. NHibernate Figure 1 shows the LINQ to NHibernate query which selects all the data from the PostForNHibernate table, joins with...
  • Blog Post: LINQ generated NHibernate and Entity Framework SQL

    One of my favorite aspects of ORMs is that I no longer have to write SQL. I like this because I was never really good at it once it exceeded the joining of 2 tables. The really complicated queries I left with the SQL people or a DBA. Nonetheless, I still wanted to look at the SQL queries that my selected...
  • Blog Post: Using NuGet to install your ORM into Visual Studio

    I have spent a lot of time Working with NHibernate 3.0 and now am also giving some attention to the Entity Framework. One of the road blocks for using NHibernate is the initial configuration requirements. There are a significant number of actions which must be taken to get NHibernate working, where as...
  • Blog Post: NHibernate and Entity Framework essentials using a Model First approach

    Object Relational Mapping technologies have been around for many years. Hibernate was one of the first, if not the first, ORM library which targeted the Java platform. Today, there are also NHibernate, which is a port of Hibernate to C# and the ADO.NET Entity Framework. Being a huge fan of the concept...
  • Blog Post: NHibernate and Entity Framework

    Prior to getting my job here at Microsoft, I was, and in many aspects still am passionate about NHibernate. I discovered a particular liking to ORM’s in general. I liked it so much that I wrote a book called “Working with NHibernate 3.0” which is available on Amazon or from the Wrox...
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