Fluent NHibernate 1.0RC

It’s nearly here, at long last Fluent NHibernate has nearly reached 1.0. Now starts the official public testing of our 1.0RC. You can read the release notes on the wiki for more information on what’s changed. There have been a … Continue reading 

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Git and command-line fear

Git has been gaining a lot of traction lately, and rightly so. I’ve used it for a couple of years now, for all my projects (Fluent NHibernate and Docu being the prominent ones), but something that hasn’t changed is the … Continue reading 

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Entity interface anti-pattern

This has been discussed many times before on various mailing lists, and I’m sure there are blog posts about it that are eluding me currently, but I’ll put it out there anyway.   Interfaces on entities are an anti-pattern (when … Continue reading 

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What’s been happening in Fluent NHibernate land?

  Fluent NHibernate has seen a flurry of development followed by a complete lack of commits, I figure it’s time to let everyone know what’s going on. The Short Version We’re rewriting the internals. We have 100% of tests passing, … Continue reading 

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My name’s James Gregory and I’m new here

Hello everybody, My name is James Gregory and I’m the latest convert to Pabloism!  I hail from the land of Kings and Queens, where dragons be and wenches are a-plenty. England that is, to the east in Yorkshire to be … Continue reading 

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