Kelly Sommers wrote a blogpost called 'Create benchmarks and results that have value' in which she refers to my last ORM benchmark post and basically calls it a very bad benchmark because it runs very few iterations (10) and that it only mentions averages (I do not, the raw results are available and referred at in the post I made). Now, I'd like to rectify some of that because it now looks like what I posted is a large pile of drivel.
This is the second post about fetch performance of various .NET ORM / data-access frameworks. The first post, which has lots of background information can be found here. In this second post I'll post new results, including results from frameworks which were included after the previous post. The code used is available on GitHub. I'd like to thank Jonny Bekkum for adding benchmark code for many of the frameworks which were added after the previous post.