Context Matters19 Jun 2010 | programming | comments | edit
The next paragraph made me remember of a lot of hours of discussions with various developers:
If you’re arguing with me that NHibernate is the wrong tool because you’re writing reporting applications, just say “I write reporting applications.” And when I say “I think NHibernate is the best tool for persisting domain models,” I should probably talk about that specific context. And definitely, when you say “Linq to Sql rocks!” you better follow that up with “for applications with simplistic domain models.” (source: Context Matters)
If more developers would think like this we would probably have better tools with better acceptance in a lot less time.