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Hibernate Made Easy Big Thanks

 
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Hello,

I wanted to learn hibernate from Long. Many books i was searching, online tutorials but nothing was working
to understand hibernate. Then i came across Hibernate Made Easy. As i am in UAE, where Hibernate Made Easy
was not available. I ordered one copy from states on 9th September and yesterday i picked mah book from the
book store. Gosh, its a wonderful book. I have just started reading and i am reading like it's a story book. It is
written and compiled so elegantly. Though i have just finished my third chapter, but i know by know, what is coming next.
So i wanted to thanks Cameron for writing such a wonderful book. You made my life really easy.

Thanks Cameron

Ben
 
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You made my life really easy



And you just made my day!

Thanks so much for the kind words. I'm so glad you're enjoying the book.

Just so you know, here's some errata, and here is some source code: Hibernate Made Easy Source Code.

Thanks again!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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I have to second this praise for this book. When starting at my current job, I knew absolutely nothing about Hibernate. After browsing around on this web site and reading various topics on the subject, I ran into Hibernate Made Easy. So, I purchased it. I noticed almost an immediate improvement in my ability to analyze, debug, and write code that utilizes Hibernate.

I highly recommend this book to any Java Programmer who desires to learn about Hibernate. In my personal opinion, it is a book that every beginning Hibernate programmer should own.

Thank you for such a great resource.
 
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Hello,

I totally agree to you. I would even recommend this book to anyone who is about to start Hibernate.
It's second day today and i have already chapter 7 of it that is how Hibernate Works. Awesome chapter
i must say. I am so much enjoying reading this book, can't even explain it.

After completing the book thoroughly, someone can start with other book like Hibernate from Novice to Professional and
all, i believe those books will make better sense after completing Hibernate Made Easy. Thanks again Cameron.

 
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Oops, was meaning to hit reply and accidently closed the thread for 2 seconds.

I am in complete agreement too. I think this is an excellent book to start out and get the basics going, then move on to Java Persistence With Hibernate to really dive deeper and learn the inner secrets of Hibernate.

FYI, I still think I would choose HQL then Criteria then SQL in order of querying whereas Cameron likes Criteria first. :p

Mark
 
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Can you please repost the link for hibernate made easy source code? the one that has been shared previously seems to be broken..
 
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Try this link:
https://github.com/tygerpatch/Hibernate-Made-Easy

 
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SS: welcome to the Ranch and thank you for posting that record of progress.
 
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