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Agile Java Development with Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse.


Agile Java development with Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse.

Hemrajani, Anil.



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With an intended audience of software developers and engineers and technical leads and managers with some working knowledge of Java and relational databases, Hemrajani (founder, Isavix Corporation) introduces, from a technical and process perspective, how to do rapid enterprise Java development and aims to leave the reader with the ability to build an entire Java application. His approach involves a nimble and minimal software development process, simple design, convenience technologies such as Spring and Hibernate, working with POJOs (Plain Old Java Objects) versus remote objects, and leveraging stable open source technologies whenever possible.

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Date:Sep 1, 2006
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