In the chapter you will read about items such as:
- Using HTTPSessions sparingly
- Using object-first persistence to preserve your domain model
- Using relational-first persistence to expose the power of the relational model
- Using procedural-first persistence to create an encapsulation layer
- Recognising the object-heirarchical impedence mismatch
- Using in-process or local storage to avoid the network
- Never assuming you own the data or the database
- Lazy-loading infrequently used data
- Eagerly-loading frequently used data
- Batch SQL work to avoid round-trips
- Knowing your JDBC provider
- Tuning your SQL
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