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Hibernate: Advanced Development Techniques

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This course covers advanced Hibernate development techniques. You will learn how to easily use Hibernate to map Sets, Lists, Embeddable, Enums and Inheritance.

You will type in every line of code with me in the videos … all from scratch.

I explain every line of code that we create. So this isn’t a copy/paste exercise, you will have a full understanding of the code. 

Live Coding – I code all of the real–time projects from scratch

All source code is available for download

Responsive Instructor – All questions answered within 24 hours

PDFs of all lectures are available for download

Professional video and audio recordings (check the free previews)

Why You Should Take This Course?

Hibernate is an amazing framework for object–to–relational mapping. It is fairly easy to get started with Hibernate. However, when you need to apply advanced development techniques, it is hard to find helpful, up–to–date information. There is a ton of information available for free on the Internet, but most of it is outdated or poorly written.

This course provides the up–to–date information on advanced Hibernate techniques. In the course, we demystify the concepts and show you practical examples that work using the latest version of Hibernate. Also, you will receive technical support if you have questions about the course material.

Instructor Details

Ch d (shod) Darby is an author, instructor and speaker in the Java development world. Ch d is a contributing author to several Java books, including Professional Java E-Commerce (Wrox Press), Beginning Java Networking (Wrox Press), and XML and Web Services Unleashed (Sams Publishing). Ch d has Java certifications from Oracle and IBM. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University.

Specification: Hibernate: Advanced Development Techniques

Duration

3.5 hours

Year

2020

Level

Intermediate

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Cheick Sadibou Diagne

    The Best Spring instructor ever. If you can just recommend him to every one planing to learn Spring framework

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  2. Narendar Reddy

    Nice course. the inheritance concepts are awesome.

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  3. Eduardo Campili

    Excelent Course

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  4. Sian Min Lau

    1. Great audio and video quality. 2. For an advanced course the topics covered seems very fundamental. 3. Was expecting advanced topics such as how merging of detached objects worked, and transaction isolation. Hope instructor will add the above suggested topic to this course.

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  5. Wojciech

    I want more complex examples.

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  6. Richard Ashby

    This is another great course from Chad, it fits in very nicely after his Spring & Hibernate for Beginners course.

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  7. Wolfgang Dephoff

    I can’t say it often enough Chad is the best instructor ever ! As usual top audio and video quality. The concepts are properly explained and the code examples are short enough to explain the functionality. Please expand the course with more complex examples.

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  8. Vaibhav

    Wonderful Course. Very Helpful !!!

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  9. Aliaksandra Ra

    I absolutely like the lecturer this is my second course performed by him. And I’m still completely in love with the narrative style and method of explanation. Thanks a lot, my Hibernate knowledge are now better 🙂

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  10. Syed Muhammad Wajahat

    Yes. I am enjoying the course uptil now. Thanks to Mr. Chad Derby. I hope I get the most out of it.

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  11. Raghava J

    Simple & crisp but felt not worth the money.

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  12. Wilfridus Laki

    goog explanations. i love it

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  13. Rahul Kulkarni

    Good

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  14. Snehal Agarwal

    Amazing explaination with hands on experience. Would love to learn more from you. Thankyou Sir.

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  15. Madan

    Amazing Presentation. Thanks for your work on this.

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  16. David Vera

    Perfect course ! I know understand those weird annotations such as Embedded, Embeddable, Inheritance, MappedSuperclass… Most of all, I can even reuse those stuffs i’ve learnt in concrete projects. Thanks Chad !

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  17. Artem Shyshkin

    Great course! Before course I did not use mapping collection, I just was using OneToMany relations. But now I know when and how to use mapping for lists, sets and even sorted maps)) Thanks a lot for recap inheritance strategies! As usual many pictures to explain theoretical matherial! Awesome!

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