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How much difference b/w spring 2.0 and 2.5?

 
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I want to learn spring/hibernate.And for that i visited Ducat institute in Noida.But they told me that they teach spring 2.0 and Hibernate 3.0 but not new ones.I want to know how much difference between these and latest ones means b/w spring 2.0 and spring 2.5 And Hibernate 3.0 and hibernate 3.5 .Is there much difference /or totally changed like EJB 2 and EJB 3.0 .
 
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Please help me regarding above.
 
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The difference is .5

Well, yes and no. There aren't huge major differences, and if you are just starting and taking an intro class, learning 2.0 won't hurt you.

As for Hibernate 3.0 versus the latest, you will see a difference in how you handle transactions, getting Sessions, and Exceptions. But, what happens if you get a job and their code is the 3.0 version, then that class is perfect.

I think the basics of Hibernate in 3.0 or 3.2+ is the same, and you will still get a good amount of value in that class.

But if it is the same money and you can find a newer class, then go for the newer classes.

Mark
 
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Thankx Mr. Mark Spritzler

Actually institutes in NCR region in INDIA teach these older versions but not latest versions and they will going to teach latest versions after 4-6 months and i can not wait ,want to learn right now.
So now i will have to join it .
 
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Originally posted by pradeep singh:
Thankx Mr. Mark Spritzler

Actually institutes in NCR region in INDIA teach these older versions but not latest versions and they will going to teach latest versions after 4-6 months and i can not wait ,want to learn right now.
So now i will have to join it .



Yes, I think you will be fine. You will get the finer points, the ones that, I feel, matter much more than syntax.

Mark
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