Your Free Guide to JDBC Best Practices
JDBC Best Practices has something for every developer. This DZone
Refcard starts off with JDBC basics including descriptions for each of
the 5 Driver Types. This is followed up with some advanced JDBC on
Codeless Configuration, Single Sign-on with Kerberos, Debugging and
Logging. We even threw in a SQL Quick Reference to round things off.
About the Author
Jesse Davis watched his Dad code on his Apple IIC Plus, and his addiction to technology began. He used his first PC (a Packard Bell) in high school to run Slackware Linux and began writing shell scripts and simple C applications. Honing his skills as a Computer Engineer at North Carolina State University, Jesse loved the challenge of combining hardware and software and concentrated on microprocessor architecture and design - graduating with honors in Y2K. Today, he enjoys teaching others about the latest technological breakthroughs and enjoys building robots and woodworking projects with his kids. During the day, he is the Senior Engineering Manager for the Progress|DataDirect Connect product line, and has more than 12 years of experience developing database middleware, including JDBC and ODBC drivers, ADO.NET providers, and data services. Jesse is responsible for product development initiatives and forward looking research, and is an active member of the JDBC Expert Group, working on the next version of JDBC.
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