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Bill Venners

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Gavin King on Hibernate Posted: Aug 23, 2005 9:00 PM
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In this audio interview, Gavin King, founder of the Hibernate project, discusses the relationship between Hibernate and EJB3, various strategies for collection fetching, why transparent persistence is a bad idea, and the role of caching in persistence architectures.

What do you think of Gavin's comments?

Vincent O'Sullivan

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Re: Gavin King on Hibernate Posted: Aug 30, 2005 12:48 AM
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A suggestion for Artima. There are now at least three audio articles available on Artima and, doubtless, more on the way.

At the moment there is little to distinguish them (for search purposes) from other articles. As a result, it took me a while to find even this small number when trying to locate them all.

I think it would be useful distinguish the non-text articles in some way; perhaps to group them together in a new section or maybe to prefix the heading in some way, such as:

AUDIO: Gavin King on Hibernate


Eric Samson

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Re: Gavin King on Hibernate Posted: Sep 2, 2005 6:18 AM
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obviously my opinion is a little bit biased but I must say I'm far from being convinced by Gavin's arguments against transparent persistence.
Mostly opinions rather than explanations.
Best Regards, Eric.

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