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If you treat your database as a dumb object store I bet my supadances against your socks that you are using the database very very inefficiently, bogging it down with unoptimized (and unoptimizable) ad-hoc queries, fetching many times more data that you actually need etc.

All I want from my database access layer is to let me call the stored procedures (few of them one statement only) without much fuss, thank you very much.


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