In 2001 Hibernate was created to ease development for the hordes of unhappy developers fighting with Java’s poor EJB implementation. EJB was so confusing and over-engineered that Hibernate’s simpler approach seemed like pure heaven in contrast.
Eventually hibernate inspired Java’s JPA and became a certified implementation of JPA.
History lesson is over.
Lets look at the status today. Right now Hibernate is a very popular ORM java library, maybe the most popular of them all. And I can’t understand what is wrong with people. Continue reading “Hibernate, just stop it!”