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Dave Minter has adored computers since he was small enough to play in the boxes they came in. He built his first PC from discarded, faulty, and obsolete components, and considers that to be the foundation of his career as an integration consultant. Dave is based in London, where he helps large and small companies build systems that "just work" He co-authored Building Portals with the Java Portlet API and Pro Hibernate 3.
This book is not very useful for professional programmers. It is brief, almost like a "cookbook" style book, although it doesn't have the type of self-contained, concise examples... Read morePublished on April 28, 2009 by Thomas Park
This is a good follow-up to the book by the same authors, Beginning Hibernate: From Novice to Professional (Beginning: from Novice to Professional). Read morePublished on May 10, 2008 by Liz Hills
The book book has 242 pages in total, where ca 30 are intro + appendix and at least 30 pages are nothing more than POJO's code with fancy getter and setter methods. Read morePublished on January 24, 2007 by Awan
I've been using Hibernate for a while, mostly Hibernate 2.1.x.
I've got a new project starting, and it's going to be using Hibernate 3, so I decided to book up - get the... Read more
I found this book fills in a lot of the gaps left by Hibernate's online docs, but didn't dwell on the simple, basic stuff. Read morePublished on May 7, 2006 by Amazon Customer
I was hoping for more in-depth information about Hibernate 3. The book flows ok and is easy to read, but just doesn't have the details that you can find with the general... Read morePublished on February 16, 2006 by jh
I bought this book as a supplement to Hibernate In Action since I was planning on upgrading to Hibernate 3 and wanted a working example using Hibernate 3's annotations. Read morePublished on November 4, 2005 by Peter White