The Hibernate Quickly book by Patrick Peak and Nick Heudecker refers. I read some reviews on Amazon at Hibernate Quickly
Some of the criticism raised for the book was that:
the code examples in the book do not match with the source code on the book's website
the source code provided on the book website does NOT work , despite MANY people complaining about it.
Any views on this?Is that criticism true? Is this a good book for the absolute beginner?
I'm looking for a book to buy for some graduate students who have never worked with Hibernate before and would like to get up to speed. [ December 24, 2008: Message edited by: jeff mutonho ]
posted 8 years ago
Hi Jeff. I can't tell you about "Hibernate Quickly" but I do recommend Java Persistence with Hibernate. It's well written and it has a good introduction for people new to Hibernate (i started with it) and you can use it as a reference even after you have the start-up. Plus, it's well viewed by the majority of people I've met.
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