Hanselminutes Podcast 225 - Learning about NHibernate 3 with Jason Dentler
My two-hundred-and-twenty-fifth podcast is up. Scott chats with Jason Dentler about NHibernate and their new 3.0 release. Jason is the author of the upcoming "NHibernate 3 Cookbook" from Packt Publishing. Is NHibernate hard and scary? Jason gets Scott up to speed and talks open source community.
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Links from the Show
- NH Forge
- Fluent NHibernate
- NHibernate Profiler
- HQL Add In
- NH Users Group
- Jason's Blog
- LLBL Gen Pro
- NH Contrib Download
- Hibernating Rhinos Support
- Packt Publishing Open Source Books
- Unofficial NHibernate Add Ins
- iMeta Support
- S#arp Architecture
- Slyce Software's Visual NHibernate
- NH Download
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