That was probably a long wait for those of you who follow my blog. But, better late than never, so here it is: another comparison of Entity Framework and NHibernate, in which I bash EF Core and present it as an unbiased review. Just kidding, I do try to be unbiased here to the best of my skills.
This article renders the previous ones obsolete (which they already were at this point anyway).
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Today’s article is an answer to a reader’s question about the use of Value Objects to represent the identity of an entity.
More about Value Objects and Identity →
This is the final post in my series about unit testing anti-patterns. This one is about non-determinism in tests.
Non-determinism in tests →
I’m continuing my unit testing anti-patterns article series. Today, we will talk about overriding methods in classes-dependencies.
Good news everyone! NHibernate 5.1 is released with the support of .NET Core 2.0 and .NET Standard 2.0.
NHibernate now supports .NET Core 2.0 →
This is another post from my unit testing anti-patterns article series. Today, we will talk about code pollution.
Code pollution →
I haven’t done one of these for a while. This post is a review of a code submitted by a reader. You can request such a review by using the submission form in the right sidebar or on this page.
I was asked a question recently which I find quite interesting. It is actually a part of a code review request (which I’ll cover next week) but I decided to elevate it to its own blog post.
Using Value Objects to represent technical concerns →
I’m continuing the series about unit testing anti-patterns I started a couple months ago. This article is about leaking domain knowledge to tests.
More about Leaking domain knowledge to tests →