The model proves itself
Hibernate 3.0 features recurrent filters and abstract filters. New features include filtering support for temporal and permissioned data, statistics reporting and monitoring, Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0-like persistence and annotations, and the Hibernate Eclipse Toolset, which can be used alone or with the JBoss Eclipse IDE."We proved the professional open-source model can work," he said. Meanwhile, the timing for the JBoss World conference may not have been optimum for attracting the masses of open-source and Java-focused developers, as both EclipseCon 2005 and TSSJS (TheServerSide Java Symposium), two Java and open-source-related conferences, also are going on this week in Burlingame, Calif., and Las Vegas, respectively. Read more here about HP providing support for JBoss open-source Java application server. Last year at TSSJS, Fleury and JBoss were a major presence, giving keynotes and speaking on panels. This year, JBoss is busy with its own event, although Bill Burke, chief architect and lead developer at JBoss, is expected to have a prominent presence at TSSJS, both in presentations and participating in panels. Check out eWEEK.coms for the latest news, reviews and analysis in programming environments and developer tools.
"This [Hibernate 3.0] is an advanced product that needed dedicated resources full time," Fleury said.