Rob Conery recently wrote about using MongoDB with Linq. I was really intrigued by the fact that you can use elegant, readable, type-safe Linq-queries to access MongoDB document database. To be honest, I had no clue what an object database really is, but when it speaks Linq it must be cool, I thought. So I [...]

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My db4o Wishlist

by Christoph Menge in .NET, db4o, Software

After finding that db4o did not screw up in our projects, I dug a bit through their issue tracker, which is a very important resource you should definitely check out if you’re working with db4o! Just to get that straight: I’m an avid db4o user and really love it. These issues are not critical and [...]

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We’ve been working a lot on db4o related and db4o based projects lately, and close to completion of the first and most simple product, we really hit a few roadblocks. UPDATE: Just after releasing this article, I found the bug in our code. It’s not db4o’s fault after all… Motivation One thing up front: We [...]

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db4o Queries on Large Datasets and a bit of Linq

by Christoph Menge in .NET, db4o

My last small note on db4o performance will soon be outdated – fortunately. Newer releases of db4o will no longer rely on Cecil to perform reflection, thereby speeding up db4o linq queries – However, make sure you have Mono.Reflection.dll in your app! Also there are some restrictions when it comes to the compact framework and [...]

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