Happy Birthday Hibernate! Now that the first copies of Java Persistence with Hibernate are shipping (still waiting for mine though), the first people who should get one are Hibernate contributors. Manning Publications sponsors 25 copies of the book, and we'll distribute them in exchange for 25 Hibernate forum credits. See this page for details.
At JBoss World last week in Berlin I presented some advanced Hibernate patterns. Well, I planned to talk longer about the Swing and Hibernate demo app I wrote a few days before but it turned out that although 100% of the audience was using Hibernate, only one poor soul had to work with Hibernate in a two-tier desktop application scenario. So I spent more time on the other patterns and only showed the Swing demo for about 5 minutes at the end of the presentation.
With the release of CR1, we are proud to announce Seam 1.1 to the world. Seam 1.1 brings
Ajax, lightweight asynchronicity and the Seam Application Framework to Seam, and brings Seam
to the J2EE platform. No matter what application server you use, you can experience the difference made by Seam's unique state and concurrency management architecture. This release is also a huge step forward in maturity, with many bugfixes and minor enhancements.
After an extensive and quite challenging editing period, the 880 pages update to /Hibernate in Action/ is now available. You can get the eBook on the Manning website. The book is currently being printed and should soon (I guess in about two weeks) be shipped to all MEAP subscribers and resellers such as Amazon.
Had some time to package the Getting Started example code and put it on the
CaveatEmptor Website. So all you MEAP
readers have something you can actually run without copy/pasting from the
PDFs. I should probably mention that the unedited draft you are reading with
MEAP is not completely in sync with the code I just packaged. Well, mostly the
Ant build files are a little different, so that shouldn't be a big problem.