Learn about jOOQ
Getting started with the tutorial
Your simplest entry point is probably to get the tutorial running. It shows how to use jOOQ and its code generator with a simple MySQL database
Anghel Leonard's jOOQ Masterclass is a complete reference for anyone looking into a deep dive into jOOQ and SQL in general.
Tayo Koleoso's Beginning jOOQ provides a lot of introductory insight into the jOOQ ecosystem in a very refreshing and fun way.
Third Party Learning
jOOQ is about SQL. We recommend you also read these excellent resources, which talk about SQL in general:
Vlad Mihalcea, author of the Flexy Pool library has condensed his persistence tuning experience into a single book in the making. A must-read for everyone aiming for pushing their RDBMS to the limit with a Java application.
Markus Winand has created Use-The-Index-Luke.com. His book explains nicely how to achieve proper indexing and performance in popular RDBMS.
Bill Karwin has helped thousands of people write better SQL and build stronger relational databases. Now he’s sharing his collection of antipatterns—the most common errors he’s identified in those thousands of requests for help.
Our jOOQ Presentation at Java One 2014
10 SQL Tricks That You Didn't Think Were Possible / Devoxx FR
How Modern SQL Databases Come up with Algorithms that You Would Have Never Dreamed Of / Voxxed Zurich
Our "NoSQL? No, SQL!" Presentation at JavaZone
Convince Your Manager
Are you a developer, architect? Are you conviced by jOOQ, but now need to convince your manager? We have assembled a couple of good reasons explaining how your business unit will get a high ROI with jOOQ quickly.