Insights and outlooks on software development


Jeremy nails it again

Thursday, May 1, 2008 by Thomas L

"Why are teams still writing persistence code by hand?  There's a bazillion persistence tools out there that all save development costs in some way over writing data access code by hand.  With very few exceptions, I'd say that at this point that if you're writing ADO.Net code or SQL by hand, you're stealing money from your employer. "

(From Jeremy D. Miller's blog,

Quite harshly put, but in my book it's very much true. Writing SQL by hand is basically throwing the hours away.

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