NHibernate 2.0 Wiki previous: Looking for a WPF dev next: SQL Server 2008 Table Value Parameters and NHibernate NHibernate 2.0 Wiki can be found here. This wiki already includes the entire NHibernate documentation, so you can head there and start learning. Have fun... Comments 08/25/2008 05:08 PM by Scott White Good work. I'm not sure I like the navigation to that Wiki though. It took me a while to figure out how to find the chapters, however the content is very good. 08/25/2008 06:35 PM by Jan Limpens Appears to be a fabio maulo knoll :) or many nh knolls where every knoll equates to one chapter of a book. I got a feeling this structure might change in the future ;) It also could be strange wording / routing on google's side. 08/25/2008 07:29 PM by josh Are there any advantages in using NHibernate itself over Castle's ActiveRecord? 08/25/2008 08:49 PM by Scott White Josh: Castle's ActiveRecord uses NHibernate. :) 08/25/2008 11:18 PM by Neil @Josh: http://www.ayende.com/Blog/archive/2006/11/02/7116.aspx 08/27/2008 01:31 PM by Erik van Brakel @Josh: ActiveRecord is an abstraction on top of nHibernate. As Joel Spolsky taught us, every abstraction is leaky in it's own way (http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/LeakyAbstractions.html). ActiveRecord abstracts some nHibernate things (session management for instance), which makes it harder to use for certain complex situations. In short: ActiveRecord is easier, nHibernate is more flexible. 08/29/2008 01:55 PM by Doug wow, awful url, and awkward layout on the site. Is this using Knol for the sake of it? Comments have been closed on this topic.