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Spring Data JPA Using Hibernate

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Are you a java spring developer interested in mastering Springs powerful and easy to use ORM framework? Are you a java developer who want to create complete data access layer in two simple steps ? then this Spring Data JPA using Hibernate course is for you.It is a complete hand’s on course with quizzes,assignments and a mini project at the end.

Spring data JPA removes all the boiler plate coding that we write to create Data Access Layer for our applications while using JPA and ORM tools like Hibernate.And with the power of spring boot there is zero xml or java based configuration required.

Hibernate is the most popular object–relational mapping framework and the most used JPA providers. Hibernate maps our java classes to database tables.It offers component mapping,inheritance mapping and supports various associations among objects.

Spring data JPA makes it super easy to use there powerful features of Hibernate by removing all the configuration and use of low level APIs.Spring Data makes it possible to remove the DAO implementations entirely the interface of the DAO is now the only artifact that needs to be explicitly defined.

Every section in the course is loaded with hands on examples.You will also work on assignments at the end of each section.You will also work on a mini project at the end of the course.

Instructor Details

Bharath Thippireddy is an entrepreneur, software architect and public speaker while teaching over 200000+ students on Udemy. He is a Sun Certified Developer, Web Component Developer, Business Component Developer, Web Services Developer. While working for companies like Oracle, HP, TCS, Siemens and NCR he has architected applications using Java, JEE, Java Script and SOA technologies. He loves learning new things both in technology and personal development and shares them on YouTube and his web site - Sharing is learning! . He have mentored students in class room trainings as well as in the corporate world both in India as well as in USA. He has spoken on technical topics at several agile conferences. While in India he also voluntarily teaches interview and soft skills at Vivekananda Kendra. You can follow his adventures on YouTube,Instagram and Facebook Page.

Specification: Spring Data JPA Using Hibernate

Duration

8 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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    Eric Tang

    Well presented on concepts and practically reinforced with Testcases

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    Pedro Xavier Contla

    I really want to learn more about JPA and Hibernate, this course superpass my expectations and I really liked.

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    Ankit Sachdeva

    awsm thx

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    Stephen Jones

    It was very clearly explained but a lot of time was spent showing the implementation of similar things many times. It was easy to skip ahead through the obvious though so not a big problem.

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