Hibernate Basics

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Imagine an environment where you can become an expert on a topic that interests you through interactive code challenges, exercises and insight from some of the best professors in the nation. You can become an experienced coder and know all there is to know about HTML, Javascript, HTML, CSS and so much more. One of the instructors is Chief Content Officer Nick Pettit, who is an experienced designer and public speaker, so he knows how to get concepts across in a clear and concise way to give you the best learning experience possible. The professors of online classes at Treehouse deliver content in an informative yet easy-to-understand manner to suit a wide variety of learning styles. This learning platform features online quizzes, in-depth video lectures and code challenge exercises to help apply what you've learned to real world situations. With Treehouse, developing your career means learning straight from the professionals in a concise period of time so you can promptly use those skills in the workplace.

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Most meaningful applications you will write will have a database associated with it. Knowing how to connect with and incorporate this data is critical to success as a Java developer. In this course, we'll cover how to connect a Java application to a database using what's called JDBC, or Java Database Connectivity. Then, we'll use the convenient approach of including an ORM, or Object Relational Mapper. This will allow us to interact with our data using object-oriented techniques instead of exclusively relying on hard-coded SQL. The ORM we will use is called Hibernate, and is one of the most popular ORMs available.
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Chris makes awesome introduction to Hibernate. In the first part of the course he also shows how people worked things out before Hibernate ORM has come out, working with sqlite.jar directly. Only later on comes understanding of all these concepts and why Hibernate ORM is so good, but course makes very nice picture. This course can be updated, especially now that Criteria Api is deprecated in Hibernate, and also with examples of EntityManager and not SessionFactory. But It is still super-awesome introduction to Hibernate ORM and how people work with databases in Java in general. Recommended for everyone, working later on with Web Development in Java. This course starts in Workspaces, and ends in IDE. I would also liked if Chris used DAO pattern to work with Hibernate, because apparently it is misleading to some people later on. But nevertheless course is all about Hibernate, Databases and Java and makes awesome ... Chris makes awesome introduction to Hibernate. In the first part of the course he also shows how people worked things out before Hibernate ORM has come out, working with sqlite.jar directly. Only later on comes understanding of all these concepts and why Hibernate ORM is so good, but course makes very nice picture. This course can be updated, especially now that Criteria Api is deprecated in Hibernate, and also with examples of EntityManager and not SessionFactory. But It is still super-awesome introduction to Hibernate ORM and how people work with databases in Java in general. Recommended for everyone, working later on with Web Development in Java. This course starts in Workspaces, and ends in IDE. I would also liked if Chris used DAO pattern to work with Hibernate, because apparently it is misleading to some people later on. But nevertheless course is all about Hibernate, Databases and Java and makes awesome introduction to the topic.
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