Doctrine 2.0: Enterprise Persistence Layer for PHP

Guilherme Blanco (20.Oct.2009)
Talk at ZendCon 2009 Uncon (English - US)

Rating: 5 of 5

Doctrine 2.0: Enterprise Persistence Layer for PHP

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Rating: 5 of 5

27.Sep.2009 at 17:21 by Rafael Dohms (137 comments)

Love to see this one.. Doctrine 2.0 sounds real interesting

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27.Sep.2009 at 18:14 by Anderson "Duodraco" Casimiro (9 comments)

Doctrine 2.0 will rock... 1.x series is(was) a useful tool... but D2 promisses excites me

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28.Sep.2009 at 16:28 by Ben Scholzen (21 comments)

I'm not that into doctrine, but some people told me positive stuff about it, so would like to listen to it.

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01.Oct.2009 at 15:13 by Joe Franklin (3 comments)

interested

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06.Oct.2009 at 15:26 by Court Ewing (10 comments)

Whether you are interested in adopting Doctrine or not, this sort of discussion can be really helpful. Doctrine is designed to solve common problems, so I guarantee the concepts presented here would be beneficial to a lot of people.

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06.Oct.2009 at 18:05 by Michael Noga (6 comments)

I currently use Doctrine with Symfony and it's just amazing, I can't wait to see more of Doctrine 2.0

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07.Oct.2009 at 13:55 by Pablo Godel (102 comments)

very interested

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09.Oct.2009 at 19:31 by Hannes Magnusson (13 comments)

I totally hate how Doctrine 1.x does things, but I've heard nothing but great things about the redesign of Doctrine2.

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09.Oct.2009 at 21:21 by Daniel Cousineau (27 comments)

Damn right I want a talk from guillerme himself.

You better not be talking during mine!

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13.Oct.2009 at 20:50 by Bradley Holt (37 comments)

+1

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18.Oct.2009 at 05:38 by Peter Warnock (3 comments)

I'm interested. I've been considering ORM versus building my own mapper on top of Zend Framework.

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18.Oct.2009 at 23:16 by Marcus Ramsden (1 comments)

I'll go, have been looking for something with annotations in PHP for a while.

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19.Oct.2009 at 00:10 by Asher Snyder (3 comments)

+1 Looks Good

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19.Oct.2009 at 17:55 by David Abdemoulaie (25 comments)

Will there be beer/tequila?

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19.Oct.2009 at 18:28 by Barry Austin (22 comments)

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19.Oct.2009 at 21:43 by Pablo Godel (102 comments)

+1

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19.Oct.2009 at 22:45 by Greg Freeman (2 comments)

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