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# Posted on: 16-Mar-2006 00:08:06.  
Just saw this job ad. Interesting.
http://seeker.dice.com/jobsearch/servlet/JobSearch?op=101&d...
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# Posted on: 16-Mar-2006 10:28:38.  
Looking at their site which is still in cold fusion, and this job ad, I think I won't answer this question Wink.

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# Posted on: 16-Mar-2006 22:03:30.  
Otis wrote:
Looking at their site which is still in cold fusion, and this job ad, I think I won't answer this question Wink.


Hopefully LLBLGen will speed them up a bit. That site is so damn slow.
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# Posted on: 22-Mar-2006 16:00:47.  
jeffdeville wrote:
Just saw this job ad. Interesting.
http://seeker.dice.com/jobsearch/servlet/JobSearch?op=101&d...


Funny you mention that... a few weeks ago I was on that insanely poorly designed thing runing on a 486 and in one of the painfully slow moments of incredibly poor design and implementation I got an exception and the stack trace really caught my attention. I recognized a few LLBLGen patterns in there...


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# Posted on: 22-Mar-2006 19:13:04.  
quantum00 wrote:
jeffdeville wrote:
Just saw this job ad. Interesting.
http://seeker.dice.com/jobsearch/servlet/JobSearch?op=101&d...


Funny you mention that... a few weeks ago I was on that insanely poorly designed thing runing on a 486 and in one of the painfully slow moments of incredibly poor design and implementation I got an exception and the stack trace really caught my attention. I recognized a few LLBLGen patterns in there...

I must say, that although it's probably the biggest enterprise app you could possibly think of, it also isn't the fastest, at least not now. So I'm a little undecided if it's a good showcase Wink
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# Posted on: 25-Apr-2006 05:09:01.  
Otis wrote:
Looking at their site which is still in cold fusion, and this job ad, I think I won't answer this question Wink.


Just found this post on Scott Guthrie's website. It's definately using ASP.NET 2.0. The coldfusion .cfm extensions are just mapped to .NET

http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2006/03/25/441074.aspx


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# Posted on: 05-Jun-2007 15:03:42.  
So now that we know that MySpace is asp.net now, do we know if it is using llblgen? My management has concerns about llblgen: 1.) Does it scale (general ORM skepticism) and 2.) is there a userbase? Being able to say that MySpace uses llblgen answers both.

Thanks!
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# Posted on: 06-Jun-2007 15:28:41.  
just as a point of interest, I believe that MySpace moved from the Adobe Coldfusion platform to MS .Net platform by adopting BlueDragon.Net. BlueDragon.Net executes Coldfusion Markup Language as native .Net objects, so there's a chance that a lot of their dataaccess is still done using cfquery (poor bunnies) which in turn uses ado.net under the hood.

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# Posted on: 06-Jun-2007 18:38:15.  
luciusism wrote:
So now that we know that MySpace is asp.net now, do we know if it is using llblgen? My management has concerns about llblgen: 1.) Does it scale (general ORM skepticism) and 2.) is there a userbase? Being able to say that MySpace uses llblgen answers both.
Thanks!

Well, I believe myspace does use llblgen somewhere, but indeed I believe they still use a lot of coldfusion because they had to migrate a lot of stored procs which took a lot of time.

We have thousands of customers in over 55 countries, so yes I think we have a user base Regular Smiley

And why should an o/r mapper not scale? LLBLGen Pro has been designed to be performant with very large databases in mind, eventually in distributed scenarios and webfarms etc.
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# Posted on: 06-Jun-2007 23:38:10.  
Otis aka Frans says:
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And why should an o/r mapper not scale?


Okay, not saying anything bad about llblgen, I concede I would lose that debate with you before it even got started Regular Smiley What I'm saying is that there is a perception that O/R Mappers in general have performance/scalability issues. Being able to say that company "X" uses it makes it easier to sell llblgen to mgmt.

Thanks for the clarification on Myspace.

P.S. I did some tests using QueryPerformanceCounter b/w llblgen generated code and MS datatableadapter and no significant difference.


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# Posted on: 20-Feb-2008 13:05:13.  
Otis wrote:
Well, I believe myspace does use llblgen somewhere...

Wouldn't they have a "license"... Wink or perhaps you are rightfully keeping customers confidential!
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# Posted on: 20-Feb-2008 14:12:56.  
Marcus wrote:
Otis wrote:
Well, I believe myspace does use llblgen somewhere...

Wouldn't they have a "license"... Wink or perhaps you are rightfully keeping customers confidential!

Heh, they did purchase a license, hence my remark WinkRegular Smiley


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