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Views: 2306 | 1-11-2010, 09:02 | Category : Web Development, Tutorials, Other

This started out as a long comment on Brian Kotek's recent post about the ActiveRecord pattern. I figure that while I've still got some Rails-ish types irked at me, I may as well go ahead and blog a bit more about why I don't like the datacentricness of the ActiveRecord approach.

Before you fire up your flame generation script, let me say this: ActiveRecord is super-productive when you need to allow someone to edit a relational model. It doesn't, however, suit the kind of OOD-backed development I do. This post is about why.

Views: 1073 | 1-11-2010, 08:57 | Category : Other

So, what's with the guy who put together the MG:U stack calling this stuff backwords for something he pushes (OO)? I'm not writing this to start a flame war: I'm writing this because I'd like people to think about the tools they're using and the appropriate contexts for their use, and I chose a bit of an inflammatory title to get you to click. :)

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