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diksha singh neel
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What book would be good for get a Spring3.0 certification?
Maneesh Godbole
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Moving to the Spring forum so you stand a better chance of getting this answered.


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diksha singh neel
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Ok. thanks. I see few threads here on Spring.
Saifuddin Merchant
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This is not a particular book recommendation but one link every person giving the Spring Certification should keep in handy is Gavin Lasnitzki note page --> http://springcert.sourceforge.net/


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Either the reference documentation or a book like "Spring in Action" can be used to study. Just have a copy of the objectives near you. I wrote up a detailed guide to the topics for review/so you know what to focus on along with information about the exam.

Note that you are required to take a class before taking the certification exam. This class matches the scope of what is on the exam.


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