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Pro JPA 2: Mastering the Java Persistence API (Expert's Voice in Java Technology) Paperback – 4 Dec 2009
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About the Author
Michael Keith is the cospecification lead of EJB 3.0 and also a member of the Java EE 5 expert group. He holds a master's of science in computing from Carleton University and has over 15 years of teaching, research, and practical experience in object persistence. He has implemented persistence systems for Fortune 100 corporations on a host of technologies, including relational and object databases, XML, directory services, and custom data formats. Since the fledgling EJB days, he has worked on EJB implementations and integrations of multiple application servers. He has written various papers and articles and spoken at numerous conferences about EJB 3.0. He is currently employed at Oracle as a persistence architect.
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It teaches not just JPA, but also many other technologies related: CDI, Servlet and EJB.
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