Salt Lake Software Symposium
June 16 - 17, 2006 - Salt Lake City, UT
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Hibernate by Example
This talk covers the core of the Hibernate Object/Relational Mapping framework by example; that is: in a hands-on manner.
What does this mean? Two things: 1. Rather than spending 1.5 hours going from slide to slide, passively covering various aspects of the Hibernate framework, you'll be actively building a sample application, modeling, persisting, querying information using Hibernate 3.1 2. Hibernate today is a mature and rich framework consisting of many features. Discussion of features outside of the Hibernate "Core" will be sacrificed for the sake of presenting Hibernate in an active, "by example" style.
No a-priori knowledge of Hibernate is assumed. We'll cover the basics of Hibernate v3.1, XML mappings, the Hibernate Query Language (HQL), the Criteria API, custom UserType's, Components, and more! (This talk does not discuss auxiliary topics such as the EJB 3 persistence API, Annotations, or integrating Hibernate in managed (J2EE) environments).
About Eitan Suez
Eitan Suez is an independent software developer based in Austin, Texas. Some of the more visible work Eitan has done includes the open source project 'ashkelon' (sourceforge), a system for Java API documentation management; more recently, the open source framework JMatter (jmatter.org), a framework for constructing rich domain-driven workgroup applications (Java, Swing). Eitan has spoken at various NFJS events in years past, is active with his local JUG, and passionate about the practice of software development.More About Eitan »