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Comment on "A Quick Overview of Basic CoreData Concepts"
by Scott Stevenson — Jun 12
@Bagelturf: Core Data is hard for those not familiar with typical solutions because they don't understand their problem in terms of the language in use

Terms like "object-relational mapping" and "schema" are common in database programming, along the lines of "class" and "instance variable" in object-oriented programming.

As you say, there are people that aren't familiar with the lingo, but teaching those concepts is much more involved task. Still very important, I agree.
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