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Hibernate Made Easy: Simplified Data Persistence with Hibernate and JPA (Java Persistence API) Annotations Paperback – 25 Apr 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
This is far and away better than any other Hibernate learning guide on the market.
But after reading this book, the online Hibernate documentation became more approachable.
the sample code link is broken but you can get it from https://github.com/tygerpatch/Hibernate-Made-Easy
and the author should warn the reader, Hibernate is a very complex tech, they should not be carried away by this book
I was looking for a book that gives me a quick understanding of Hibernate with solid examples... and finally it turned out to be the book by Cameron McKenzie "Hibernate made easy"!
I get demotivated when I see bible like books..but this is a small and light weighted book :)
Author has re-presented the examples/topics covered in the earlier pages again when ever needed so one need not turn the pages back for reference.
Finished the first 4 chapters in just 5 hours or so... yet to read the left over chapters.
I have to say I found it a very easy read, in fact at the start it was almost too easy but I still found myself finally correcting previous misconceptions, and I found the order the topics very well presented, I read the book cover to cover over the cause of a couple of days. I do have a few criticisms though, some points are laboured over too much and there are alot of pages containing essentially the same code samples so although the book is 430 pages long it only needs to be about 300 pages, also I think he could have covered more aspects of Hibernate including some important omissions such as mapping collections. For these reasons the cost of £35 is IMO too expensive the author states the coever price is high because he has to self publish and Amazon take a large cut but no cut is being taken by the publisher so I'm not sure this is a valid argument.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A book having fun while learning technology I have ever read. Very friendly wording. I felt like one of my old friend is talking next to me. Thanks to Cameron McKenzie.Published on 9 Aug. 2014 by Mustafa Nami HAS
well... I was tentative to buy this book and I was disappointed when I received it as I found the pages are full of texts!! Read morePublished on 15 Mar. 2012 by samo
When I worked as a Java developer, I would lend this book to new recruits who hadn't touched Hibernate before and found they would be up to speed within about half a day. Read morePublished on 19 April 2011 by The Happy Space Invader
The book is well done, simple and intuitive, suitable for novice and intermediate users. For further improvement could add an actual sample web application instance. Read morePublished on 29 July 2010 by massimo
The book covers the basics of Hibernate, mentions design patterns (DAO and Factory) and the basics of annotations. Read morePublished on 17 May 2010 by Christopher Lack
I really enjoyed McKenzie's writing style (which is chatty and friendly) and his efforts to keep the code segments lean, simple and reproducable on two pages at most. Read morePublished on 18 Jan. 2010 by Mr. Alan Clark
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