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Watch this SkillsCast and see how you can utilize an ORM in untraditional ways to get an additional, better, approach to solving complex issues. Some of those ways include business rules, localization, state transitions, inversion of control, etc.
Object relational mapping are becoming only more popular, as people developing complex systems find that they need more than the tabular model to work with in their applications.
A sophisticated ORM can do a lot more than merely get the data out of the database in object form, it can be a valuable assest in simplifying development and making things possible.
In this SkillsCast, you will see how you can utilize an ORM in untraditional ways to get an additional, better, approach to solving complex issues. Some of those ways include business rules, localization, state transitions, inversion of control, etc. All done via the ORM layer, and all can be used to drasticly simplify the complexity of the given scenarios.
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