So ORM's have pros and cons always. They can help with maintainability, structure, and coding in a more object oriented fashion. They also take longer to run, use more ram and generally create more boilerplate.
Yes, but the author contradicts himself without giving a reason for it. You cannot state the same thing as a pro and then as a con without a word of explanation for it.
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