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Paul Kemp
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I am completely new to Spring and Hibernate technologies, but am seriously considering taking a training course in them as many employers are now seeking these skills in the UK.

I was wondering if anyone could recommend any good hibernate / Spring training courses in India? I'm looking to get trained up on these technologies but the exorbitant cost of training in the UK is forcing me to look elsewhere.

Thanks

Paul
Mark Spritzler
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Well for Spring, look for the SpringSource public training. It is a really great course, even when I teach it. Although not in India, and we'll see when the next time I get to teach it.

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Paul Kemp
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Thanks, but just a tad expensive for an unemployed Java programmer trying to get back into work.
Tamas Jano
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Hi Paul,

If you're still looking for work (which is a draining thing I know) and have some time you could try the free online resources like Spring MVC Tutorial Step by Step between your job interviews.

I agree that it is not that easy and quick as having a trainer but once you have the initiative and will you can build a solid base for spring. Also after this you can look into switching JDBC with Hibernate which will be your next self taught course. Remember that these frameworks emerged cause they are simple so it's not impossible to use them without a course.

Paul Kemp
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Thanks Tamas.
mo sayed
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Paul,

I understand your frustration at the exorbitant cost of training in the UK.

Online resources are useful but can only help you so much.

I would suggest getting hold of the following books. I've found them to be a good introduction to Spring and Hibernate.

Spring In Action

and

Hibernate Made Easy

They're not voluminous and could be easily read in a short space of time. They'll help you to come to terms with the central
concepts for both technologies.

regards,

Mo


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