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Hibernate Rocks

After few days working on hibernate I found it very interesting and useful tool for the developers. It allows to handle code more efficiently while working on the database part. Since I am new to it I don't know all the features of the hibernate, but yes the features that I had used are tremendous and the code is more reliable and efficient. All the connection management is handled by it. And specially the mapping files which allows us to connect to the database I enjoyed working with it and hopes it will provide more features in the future.


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