Java and JDBC 4.67


Topics covered

- Annotations 
   - Role of the JDBC Driver and JDBC manager
   - DataSource, Connection, Statement and ResultSet
   - PreparedStatement and Batching

Comments on this Talk

Avatar-missing-icon-02 parabola, 02 Jun 02:26 PM

Content seemed a little premature for the classes comfort level and understanding of the concepts required for JDBC. Delivery was fantastic as usual.

Avatar-missing-icon-09 rapture, 02 Jun 02:37 PM

Comment deleted by rapture on June 02, 2011 at 2:37 PM

Avatar-missing-icon-02 mmjavahh, 02 Jun 02:37 PM

Covering of Annotations and how they are not a part of the program helped my understand how frameworks such as Spring come in to play.

JDBC and the database disucssion was very useful as it complemented by extensive database background

Avatar-missing-icon-07 rapture, 02 Jun 02:37 PM

I disagree with parabola - without moving to this step it would do no good to move forward. Content was appropriate to be able to move on to the next topics. While this is not an easy topic for some the instructor broke things down to a very basic level.

Avatar-missing-icon-05 rajsmallworld, 03 Jun 02:30 PM

Good explanation on Annotations and JDBC. Little more details on subjects like Hibernate and Spring may help us more in understanding the Enterprise World.

Avatar-missing-icon-09 Michael Jackson, 23 Jun 02:11 PM

I was looking forward to getting into JDBC and thought his method of using the white board and projection worked well for me.

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7 Ratings: 4.67

Delivery: 4.97

Content: 4.37

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