QueryTalk will be launched on May 31. The developers are going to enjoy it — a lightweight and powerful semantic data access layer for .NET. It’s easy to use, learn and understand. It has no settings, you don’t need to put your code in the context block, there’s no modeling, no need to repeat something that is already done in your database. The mapping is handled outside your code, you can use as many databases as you want, and the compiled database mapping file can be shared by members of your team. You’ll definitely enjoy in short and readable instructions and you’ll find out that the semantic querying combined with the regular SQL querying is one of the most powerful features that QueryTalk has to offer. And if you want to test the query, you can do it on the spot as every query you make can be checked inside the integrated testing environment — adding just a single method!
We say QueryTalk was designed to be the best data access layer for .NET. I know, it sounds too wonderful to be true. But wait… just wait a little bit and check it for yourself. Till when? The countdown will tell you:
John has also waited for a long time, but he is glad right now. Listen to his story: