Our new Devs @ Home webinar series brings IT experts to your (home) office. On Thursday, April 30 at 1:00 p.m. CEST, Thorben Janssen will show us how to use lesser-known Hibernate features to implement common features, like generating UUIDs as primary keys, quickly.
We are in the midst of a pandemic, and more and more developers are working in isolated environments or from home. With our Devs @ Home webinar series, we want to counter this social distance by bringing developers trapped in their homes with tech chats, by professionals for professionals!
Thursday, April 30, 1:00 p.m. CEST – Hibernate Tips ‘n’ Tricks – 15 Tips for solving common problems
Webinar with Thorben Janssen
Hibernate Tips ‘n’ Tricks – 15 Tips for Solving Common Problems
You are probably aware of this situation: your customer requests “just a little small change”. After a few hours … or days … you recognize that you can’t implement it that easily. At some point you think, “I can’t be the first to try to implement this!” You’re probably right … Hibernate provides many lesser-known features that help you implement common requirements quickly. The problem is that most developers don’t know about them. It takes days to create your own solution when only an annotation or a few lines of code are needed to:
- Implement multi-tenancy
- Supports a specific data type from the database
- Assign a SQL snippet instead of a database column to an entity attribute
- Retrieve the elements of an assigned association in a defined order
- Generate UUID as primary keys
- Write an audit log documenting all changes made to an entity.
- And more…
The webinar will be held on the BigMarker webinar platform and is freely open to all. Join us by clicking on the following link:
Thorben Janssen is an independent consultant, international speaker, and coach specializing in solving Java persistence issues with JPA and Hibernate. He is also the author of Amazon’s best-selling book, Hibernate Tips: Over 70 Solutions to Common Hibernate Problems. Thorben has been working with Java and Java EE for almost 20 years and was a member of the CDI 2.0 Expert Group (JSR 365). She writes about JPA, Hibernate and other persistence-related topics on her blog www.thoughts-on-java.org.
Devs @ Home
Due to the coronavirus, social events around the world have been restricted and office work has largely moved to the home.
So if most of us are spending time working from home, it makes sense that we want to establish a closer network. Several IT experts who are usually in one of our conferences were excited about the idea of holding their talks from home and sharing them with others in their homes via live broadcast.
Tech speaks from your desktop
Devs @ Home aims to offer live talks twice a week on topics like Java, TypeScript, DevOps, microservices, machine learning, etc. Then you will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the experts.