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Spring in action - How can a novice gain from this book ?

Nakataa Kokuyo
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Good day,

How could a newbie gain from this book ? if I never start on any spring implementation before but narrow experience on java, would i feel any challenges to get myself master in this book ?

Thank you !
Joe Harry
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If you understand Java, this book will help you learn the concepts easily as a novice Spring user. It is well written for beginners!


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