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Book for Spring Hibernate

Jigar Naik
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I want to start with spring and hibernate...

can anybody advice me which is the best book to start with ???

Thanks..


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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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That's a bit like saying you want to do plumbing and carpentry and you need a good book to show you both. You need to do both to build a house, but each is a little different.

I find people that try to learn both at the same time end up getting confused and learn nothing.

Take each topic individually and learn it. Learn about Hibernate, what it can do, and how it does it.

Then, learn about Spring, what it does, and how it does it.

Once you get that far, building a house that combines the two will be easy.

I have a few signature links that will lead you to Hibernate books and tutorials. Please feel free to give them a gander.

-Cameron McKenzie
Jigar Naik
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Cameron,

Thank you for your suggestion,will go for hibernate first
Joe Harry
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Hibernate Quickly is also a good one for a quick grasp on Hibernate core concepts.


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