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Archive for August, 2009

In my previous post I introduced Fluent NHibernate and NHibernate Burrow. If you have been trying the two together, you’ll have noticed that Burrow has been compiled against a lower version (2.0) of NHibernate than Fluent NHibernate has (which uses 2.1).

I haven’t been using it long but I am already a huge fan of Fluent NHibernate. In case you haven’t yet heard about it, Fluent NHibernate allows you to replace those pesky (perfectly functional, but pesky) NHibernate XML mapping files with strong-typed C# code.