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Hello,

I am planing to buy some Hibernate and Spring books for self-study. Could someone give me some recommendations?

Your input here is appreciated.


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Well for Hibernate 3.x you won't find a better book than Java Persistence With Hibernate from Manning. It covers everything in Hibernate and written by the creators of Hibernate.

Mark
 
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Mark, Thanks for your input.

Anyone has reconmentation for Spring? From Amazon reader review, someone favour 'Pro Spring' over 'Spring in Action'. Do you agree?
 
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