List/Grid Tag Archives: ORM

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Solving ORM – Keep the O, Drop the R, no need for the M

ORM has a simple, production-ready solution hiding in plain sight in the Java world. Let’s go through it in this post, alongside with the following topics:ORM / Hibernate in 2014 ...
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Java 8 Friday: No More Need for ORMs

At Data Geekery, we love Java. And as we’re really into jOOQ’s fluent API and query DSL, we’re absolutely thrilled about what Java 8 will bring to our ecosystem. Java 8 Friday Every ...
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Caveats With MySQL Pagination

We’ve all done pagination – it’s sensible for both lists in the UI and for processing data in batches. “SELECT (columns) FROM table LIMIT X, Y”. Possibly “SELECT (columns) ...
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ORM Haters Don’t Get It

I’ve seen tons of articles and comments (especially comments) that tell us how bad, crappy and wrong is the concept of ORM (object-relational mapping). Here are the usual claims, ...
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Squealer: An Anti-ORM Influenced Scala Tool

I was reading a blog post from Prismatic the other day and it got me thinking about how we, as programmers, have diverged so much from our roots. In the beginning, we designed small ...
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On DTOs

DTOs, or data-transfer objects, are commonly used. What is not s? commonly-known is that they originate from DDD (Domain-driven design). There it makes a lot of sense – domain objects ...
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Problems with ORMs

Object Relational Mapping tools like Hibernate have helped developers make huge productivity gains in dealing with relational databases in the past several years. ORMs free developers ...
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Java Persistence API: a quick intro…

Hello Readers! After numerous requests from some of my friends I’ve decided to write a short article about the Java Persistence API. Object Oriented programming paradigm is the most ...
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