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Getting Started with ColdFusion 9, Hibernate Integration

03.23.2010
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Using Hibernate with CF9 is very simple and it doesn't lose any of its flexibility.  This session covers advanced techniques with CF9 Hibernate as well.  Topics include, Event handling, Advanced object mapping, Hibernate session management, Caching, Creating a base persistent object, and more, time allowing.

Bob Silverberg has been developing web applications with ColdFusion for ten years.  In this presentation, he will help you learn about ColdFusion 9 ORM integration - what it is and how you can use it.  Whether you're an object oriented developer or not, you can still use CF9 ORM as long as you know what an object is, and a little bit of cfcs.  If you already know how to use Hibernate, this video will show you how to use it with CF9.

For advanced features on ColdFusion 9 and Hibernate integration, check out this video

Bob, along with Mark Mandel, the author of Transfer ORM, will be delivering a comprehensive two-day hands-on workshop called Developing Applications with ColdFusion 9 Object Relational Mapping on April 20-21, 2010 in Minneapolis, MN.

The workshop will cover what you need to know to get up and running using ColdFusion 9's ORM features in your next project. Through interactive learning and hands-on labs, we'll start with the basics, continuing through building two complete working applications. Along the way we'll discuss best practices and potential pitfalls of this powerful new technology. The majority of the class will be spent with you writing code on your own workstation, so not only will you absorb more through "learning by doing", but you'll also go home with plenty of working code examples that you can bring into your future projects. Click here for more details.

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