Member of the Hibernate team.
Data platform architect for the JBoss portfolio at Red Hat. Particularly involved in the Hibernate portfolio as well as Infinispan.
Spec lead of Bean Validation and JPA expert group member.
Gavin pointed out that he did not
get the separation between business logic and UI.
Which leads to the question of why are we layering in the first place?
I have heard many many bad reasons to justify layering. Actually, this is one of my favorite questions when I give a training. It's always fun to see the people sweating over a justification.
The Hibernate Search team is pleased to announce version 3.0 final. Hibernate Search provides full text search (google-like) capabilities to Hibernate domain model objects. Based on Apache Lucene, Hibernate Search focuses on ease of use and ease of configuration, lowering the barrier to entry of Lucene and its integration with a domain model.
I will be giving a talk at the Atlanta JUG next Tuesday (18th).
Hibernate Search 3.0.0.CR1 is now out. This release is mainly the last bits of new features and polishing before the final version. The next cycle will be dedicated to bug fixes (of any bug that pops up), as well as test suite and documentation improvements.
Hibernate Search has a new beta out and comes with a bunch of interesting new features:
Hibernate Search 3.0.0.Beta2 is out with a bunch of new interesting features:
With the new Groovy 1.1 beta out and its support for Java 5 annotations, wouldn't it be great to be able to write Seam applications in Groovy? Indeed it is great and you can do that with JBoss Seam (in CVS HEAD at the time of writing).
Hibernate and JBoss Seam will be covered by some of the JBoss folks at JavaOne.
This is a pretty big day for the Hibernate family. We welcome three new top level projects:
The most significant part, by far, of Hibernate Annotations 3.2.1 is the complete rewriting and feature expansion of Hibernate Search formerly known as Hibernate Lucene.