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DatabaseCast 44: ORM

aprilo 30, 2014 8:00 , by Software Livre Brasil - 0no comments yet | No one following this article yet.
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Enviado por Mauro Pichiliani (pichilianiΘgmail·com):

“Neste episódio do DatabaseCast Mauro Pichiliani e Wagner Crivelini mapeiam objetos e bancos de dados com a convidada Priscila Sato.Neste episódio você vai compreender o que é e para que serve um ORM, onde esta tecnologia pode ajudar e atrapalhar, porque DBAs não gostam de abandonar o SQL, discutir sobre código gerado pelo ORM x código gerado por uma pessoa e tentar não perder a paciência com atitudes conservadoras e ranzinzas.” [referência: imasters.com.br]

O artigo "DatabaseCast 44: ORM" foi originalmente publicado no site BR-Linux.org, de Augusto Campos.


Source: http://br-linux.org/2014/01/databasecast-44-orm.html

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