Persistence Ignorance in Entity Framework


Danny Simmons digs into some of the confusion about the different ways to handle persistence ignorance in the Entity Framework. While I understand the attempt to fit in with the DDD guys and in some ways compete with NHibernate, I like that the persistence story isn't coddling to one side or the you can have smart or stupid objects...your choice.  Its worth a read if you want to see where this is going (and how its the polar opposite of the LINQ to SQL story).

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