Persistence Stew: JDBC Drivers

Persistence Stew: JDBC Drivers

September 28, 2005 0 Comments

Our friends at JavaLobby were very gracious in working with me to produce an excellent online presentation on how the best-of-class JDBC drivers is the only choice for anyone considering Java Object/Relational persistence mechanisms. This is an important consideration for anyone dipping their toes into the murky waters of O/R persistence development.

At the conclusion of the presentation, I invite you to talk to me about your thoughts on this presentation. You can find me email, IM or Skype handle on this page. I should also thank Mike Keith, the Oracle co-spec lead of JSR-220 for his guidance on configuring Oracle's EJB 3.0 implementation.

Jonathan Bruce

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