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I'm not sure which ORMs you worked with (any?), but that's not how they work. You don't pull the whole table to filter it in your code. Any non-toy ORM is perfectly capable of filtering on a known attribute or relation of a class on the db side.

There's some irony in the fact you're making fun of devs who don't want to learn SQL, while you don't understand ORM...




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