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Spring Web Training vs Spring Core Training

Glen Iris
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Joined: Jul 13, 2011
Posts: 164

Hey Friends,

I want to learn Spring and having played around with it for some time now, I still have not got the hang of it.

I am toying with the idea of shelling out for Spring training. I was wondering:

1. How good are the courses, i.e will I have a great understanding of Spring afterwards like I did of Java when I completed my Java Certification?
2. As a Spring novice, could I do the Spring Web training instead of the Spring Core training (the web topics look like they could be useful on a forthcoming project)



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