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Up and Running with SQLite on .NET in 3 Minutes

by Robert Bazinet on  Jan 17, 2008 4

SQLite is an open source database that has been growing in popularity. It's footprint is small and is used in a wide-variety of types of applications.

Catching up with the Castle Project

by Robert Bazinet on  Sep 13, 2007

The Castle Project is an open source project that runs on .NET, providing an MVC (Model-View-Controller) framework similar to the popular Ruby on Rails. The Castle Project has been in development since 2003 and released Version 1.0 RC2, in November of 2006. As the project nears its V1.0 RC3 we caught up with Hamilton Verissimo, the founder of the project.

ORM with JRuby - ActiveHibernate

by Werner Schuster on  Aug 16, 2007 2

The ActiveHibernate project brings Hibernate features to JRuby - for those tricky ORM use cases that go beyond what ActiveRecord offers. We talked to project maintainer Johan Andries.

O/R Mapping, Caching, and Performance

by Jonathan Allen on  Jan 03, 2007 4

One of the common misconceptions about Object/Relational Mapping (O/R Mapping) frameworks is that they give developers caching for free and that caching improves performance. While O/R Mapping frameworks do rely on caching, improved performance isn't in the cards.

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