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Hello everyone,

I found this really good tutorial on Hibernate:

Hibernate Tutorial

One thing, the html is not well formatted on one of the sections: Here is the code for that java class so it's actually readable.

 
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For what it's worth, I myself rather like Hibernate's own reference document.
http://www.hibernate.org/hib_docs/v3/reference/en-US/html/
 
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I agree.

I usually use multiple sources when teaching myself something new. I think the documentation does a good job at some things but the actual classes/Interfaces are nicely demonstrated in this tutorial.

I'm actually getting ready to switch back over to the documentation


Also, here is another class that didn't format well...

 
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