Jose M. Arranz - Innowhere.com
I was thinking on doing something like jOOQ, stupid idea, jOOQ is simply GREAT!
I was thinking on doing something like jOOQ, stupid idea, jOOQ is simply GREAT!
Using jOOQ has been a joy, it's made life much easier for us.
Thanks to #jOOQ, I have lost over ten pounds and can now write queries at the speed of thought!
I find Flyway is the perfect companion for jOOQ and recently was impressed by the time both tools saved me while developing an Android application (prototype) with complex persistence requirements.
I can't thank you enough for building jOOQ. It is hands down the most productive and powerful library I have seen in the Java ecosystem in a long time.
Time and time again I’ve tried moving off from jOOQ to a scala based DB library (slick, anorm, doobie), but they are just not as complete and intuitive as jOOQ.
I would like to extend my applaud to this marvellous project. It does truly make me productive again.
Loved the type safety of jOOQ today. OpenJPA is the workhorse and jOOQ is the artist :) #80/20
Laisse tomber MyBatis et passe directement à jOOQ.
While jOOQ is awesome, querydsl is probably acceptable.
I'm regularly hearing 'wows' from my teammates. Every time they want to do something, it's just there.
Just when you think you need some custom hack, along comes some handy abstraction that you weren't previously aware of!
The level of support from the jOOQ team was nothing short of excellent. Lukas was extremely easy to talk to, and he had my problem solved in less than an hour on Skype. I would recommend jOOQ support services to anyone.
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