Monday, April 13, 2009

JDO makes a come back

Back in, I think, 2002 I went to JavaOne and the most over-subscribed sessions were on JDO, literally queues out of the room. Since then it sort of died a death and with the Hibernate/EJB 3.0 approach taking over the OO persistence layer surely the battle was lost.

Just kicking off a Google App Engine 4 Java (thank you Google, I can code like a human being again) session I note with some amusement that they've picked JDO as the persistence layer. It makes sense for what they do and the sort of store they provide but I still find it quite funny that I'm now dusting off those JDO pieces that back in 2002 I was sure would be the future but about which I was proven wrong.

Until today ;)

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Also interesting they have gone with JCache. I remember that also being mentioned in 2002, by Gemstone and Oracle.

Anonymous said...

According to Simon Phipps, everytime you use the GAE (Java), God kills a kitten.

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