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  • Disclosing How C#-SQLite Was Ported to .NET

    InfoQ announced the porting of SQLite to .NET two weeks ago. Because the community showed special interest in this project, we interviewed Noah Hart, the developer who did it, to find out how SQLite was re-written in C#.

  • SQLite Has Been Ported to .NET

    Noah Hart has ported SQLite3 to C#. While the first port is slower than the original, the project opens the way for SQLite to be used in .NET managed projects without using P/Invoke or unsafe code.

  • Article: A Fusion of Proven Ideas: A Look Behind S#arp Architecture

    In this article Billy McCafferty presents S#arp Architecture, an ASP.NET MVC architectural framework meant to leverage current best practices in architecting ASP.NET web applications by providing a project code template which uses Domain-Driven Design techniques and has built-in support for NHibernate, Castle Windsor and SQLite.

  • NeverBlock and Non-Blocking Database Adapters

    Besides Postgres, NeverBlock now also supports MySQL through the new MySQLPlus adapter. We talked to two of the developers of MySQLPlus and discussed NeverBlock and non-blocking database adapters with developers of Ruby's Oracle and SQLite interfaces.

  • Up and Running with SQLite on .NET in 3 Minutes

    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.

  • Ruby Driver for HSQLDB Released

    A Ruby driver for HSQLDB has been released on RubyForge by Jared Richardson. The driver relies on Java Bridge technology (quite different than JRuby) to interop with the Java-based HSQLDB (formerly HypersonicSQL) open-source database.

  • System.Data.SQLite to Support ADO.NET vNext

    SQLite is a lightweight database engine written in C. Designed to be cross-platform, it doesn't have any external dependencies and only takes about 250 KB of disk space. Though it doesn't support all of SQL92, it is suitable for smaller projects, especially ones that need cross-platform support. And to top it all off, the source code is in the public domain.