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Spring, Hibernate, Design and Development question: what do you think about EJB's?

 
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What is your opinion about EJB's? Do you think Spring is a better choice?
 
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This is a question that many people ask. I feel there is no right or wrong. Given your business requirements, you may come in a situation where both Java EE 7 as well as Spring 4 may solve the problem. Just pick one which can be developed quicker without compromising quality.
 
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