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Any Certifications for SPRING?

 
Nilesh Raje
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Hi Friends,

IS there any certification exam avaiable for Spring Framework???
 
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I haven't seen one for Spring yet, no.
 
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Nope.
Except maybe the free ones from http://javablackbelt.com/
But these are for your self evaluation only.

Anyway this does not mean you should not learn Spring . If you have a choice of open source solutions using Spring as a glue code is really a good option
 
Kishore Dandu
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Originally posted by Mihai Lihatchi:

Anyway this does not mean you should not learn Spring . If you have a choice of open source solutions using Spring as a glue code is really a good option


I don't want to hijack the thread. I would like to add if you are planning on a brand new JEE roll out; Spring is the best option now(with its awesome AOP API + Spring MVC tags etc). Spring in combo with Hibernate or iBatis takes care of many scenarios people want to achive.
 
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