Greater Quebec Software Symposium
April 20 - 22, 2007 - Montreal, Quebec
Advanced Object-Relational Mapping with Hibernate
Hibernate is rapidly becoming the tool of choice when it comes to Object-Relational Mapping in Java. For simple applications with fairly simple object models and database schemas, using Hibernate is fairly straight forward. Unfortunately for most of us real applications have complex object-models that need to be wired to sometimes ancient and convoluted database schemas.
In this session we explore some of the advanced features of Hibernate and how you can use Hibernate to solve the hard problems of Object-Relational Mapping.
About Brian Sam-Bodden
Brian Sam-Bodden is an author, instructor, speaker and hacker that has spent over fifteen years crafting software systems. He holds dual bachelor degrees from Ohio Wesleyan University in computer science and physics and heads Integrallis http://www.integrallis.com. He is a frequent speaker at user groups and conferences nationally and abroad. Brian is the author of "Beginning POJOs: Spring, Hibernate, JBoss and Tapestry", co-author of the "Enterprise Java Development on a Budget: Leveraging Java Open Source Technologies" and a contributor to O'reilly's "97 Things Every Project Manager Should Know".More About Brian »