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Episode 435: Julie Lerman on Object Relational Mappers and Entity Framework

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Episode 435: Julie Lerman on Object Relational Mappers and Entity Framework

Julie Lerman discusses Object Relational Mappers and Entity Framework with Jeremy Jung. They talk about why we use relational databases with object oriented languages; the benefits of ORM query languages; how specialized databases are reducing the need for ORMs; alternatives to ORMs; using views, stored procedures, and raw SQL with ORMs; the importance of profiling […]

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Episode 226: Eric Evans on Domain-Driven Design at 10 Years

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Episode 226: Eric Evans on Domain-Driven Design at 10 Years

Eberhard Wolff talks with Eric Evans, the founder of domain-driven design (DDD), about its impact after 10 years. DDD consists of domain-modelling patterns; it has established itself as a sound approach for designing systems with complex requirements. The show covers an introduction to DDD, how the community’s understanding of DDD has changed in the last […]

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Episode 218: Udi Dahan on CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation)

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Episode 218: Udi Dahan on CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation)

Guest Udi Dahan talks with host Robert Blumen about the CQRS (command query responsibility segregation) architectural pattern. The discussion begins with a review of the command pattern. Then a high-level overview of CQRS, which consists of a separation of a command processing subsystem that updates a write model from one or more distinct and separate, […]

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