2 posts in SubSonic

SubSonic 3.0.0.4 is out

Adam Cooper /

I’ve been a big fan of SubSonic for a while now, as you can probably tell from my last post and I’ve been helping out with the project a lot more over the last few months. Yesterday all the hard work paid off and we’ve released version 3.0.0.4 to the world, see Rob’s blog for more details of what’s included. There’s…

Seven reasons you should try SubSonic

Adam Cooper /

SubSonic is a query tool for .Net data access. If you haven’t tried it out then you really should and here’s why: It’s simpler than, for example, nHibernate Don’t get me wrong I like nHibernate a lot it’s amazingly powerful, flexible and mature. I’ve worked with it on many projects and admire it a great deal. But if you want to go from nothing…

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