New book on NHibernate

Yesterday a new excellent book about NHibernate has been published by www.packtpub.com. (Disclosure: I have been a reviewer thus consider that when reading this post)

The book is called “NHibernate 3.0 Cookbook” and can be ordered here. There is even a discount available; please refer to this post of Fabio Maulo.

This is so far the best and most complete book I ever held in my hands. It covers NHibernate 3.0 and thus is really up to date. The author has done a tremendous job in covering all the important aspects of interest when implementing business relevant solutions. The book is very focused and gives a step by step introduction into all the necessary details to get a solution up an running. No space is wasted for (potentially) unimportant details.

One of the things I like most is that the book/the author does not have a data centric view but is more domain focused.

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    About Gabriel Schenker

    Gabriel N. Schenker started his career as a physicist. Following his passion and interest in stars and the universe he chose to write his Ph.D. thesis in astrophysics. Soon after this he dedicated all his time to his second passion, writing and architecting software. Gabriel has since been working for over 12 years as an independent consultant, trainer, and mentor mainly on the .NET platform. He is currently working as chief software architect in a mid-size US company based in Austin TX providing software and services to the pharmaceutical industry as well as to many well-known hospitals and universities throughout the US and in many other countries around the world. Gabriel is passionate about software development and tries to make the life of developers easier by providing guidelines and frameworks to reduce friction in the software development process. Gabriel is married and father of four children and during his spare time likes hiking in the mountains, cooking and reading.
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