Get the most out of your data access layer
Want to run your data access layer at high speeds?
- 1Database Essentials
Do you know how a relational database systems works behind the scenes?
Do you know how the JDBC Driver executes statements and how you can configure it to boost application performance?
- 3JPA and Hibernate
Adding JPA and Hibernate annotations is fairly easy. But, do you know the performance implications of each JPA or Hibernate feature your application makes heavy use of?
What People Are Saying...
Have a great Thursday everyone! I just woke up to find @vlad_mihalcea book on my desk! Can't wait to start checking it out. So busy yesterday with reactive streams that I feel great today. It's really a great positive Thursday! #java #positive #thursday #techdiary #goodvibes pic.twitter.com/TvUCVIEZpf— João Esperancinha (@joaofse) December 19, 2019
Finally started to read High-Performance-Java-Persistance by @vlad_mihalcea. Preface:"Interacting with a— Lasse Jenssen (@lasjen) July 12, 2019
database, without knowing how it works, is like driving a racing car without taking any driving
lesson". To use Hibernate and JPA, you need to know SQL and your database first
Just finished the last technical book I planned to read this year. So here are my top 3 of the books I read in 2020:— Laurentiu Spilca (@laurspilca) December 21, 2020
- Monolith to Microservices of @samnewman
- High-Performance Java Persistence of @vlad_mihalcea
- Real-World Cryptography of David Wong
Classes and video tutorials has never been useful for me, the thing teachers could teach me in one hour I could learn by myself in 15min. If you're a Java engineer and your organization care about performance, this @vlad_mihalcea's book is recommended by me. pic.twitter.com/0GWzuw5nKU— Eric (@Jerilok) January 24, 2021