Gabriel Claramunt wrote:For what is worth, in my experience, a person's ability has nothing to do with their immigration status (I worked with awesome us citizens, permanent residents, H1Bs, and L1Bs, and I found examples of not so good skills in all categories too) neither with the country of origin (although I must confess that I feel more comfortable working with people from some countries than others... but is a cultural thing )
Originally posted by Todd Johnson:
I prefer to use the DAO pattern due to it's flexibility. However I'm getting really tired of writing tons and tons of DAO code. It's not uncommon to work on a project that involves 30 or 50 tables with hundreds of columns.
I know there is the commercial product (Firestore/DAO) that will do automatic code generation of DAO objects using a JDBC connection to a database. Is there anything similar that is open source?
Originally posted by Elizabeth King:
If you were a saleswoman or salesman for one of the frameworks, what would be your sale point for JPA, Hibernate, JDO, TopLink, iBATIS, ...?
Originally posted by John King:
Hibernate is built on JDBC. How can you make Hibernate over perform direct JDBC?
Originally posted by Ramesh Ch:
could you please create seperate forum for Web2.0
Originally posted by Eisa Ayed:
1) how to know whats happen in the memory for specific program ?
2) where is method signature and behavior store (Heap ? Stack ? )
Thanks in Advance
Originally posted by Greg Charles:
Jeeves definitely comes from the works of P.G. Wodehouse. He was the valet for Bertram Wooster ... a nice guy, just not very bright. Jeeves, conversely, was nearly omniscient. It was Wodehouse's little dig at England's class system. The characters appeared in a series of humorous short stories and novels, which are absolutely worth checking out.
If you absolutely can't stand print, "Jeeves and Wooster", starring Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie did a respectable job of bringing the stories to life. If you've only seen Hugh Laurie in "House", they're worth watching just to hear his natural accent.
Originally posted by Mahadev Semwall:
The data type can be XML file with XML schema or xml db in oracle.