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Is this book for me?

 
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Hello Dhanji

I've been developing applications using spring for about 4 years now, and I'm very comfortable with DI. However I haven't used AOP that much. Is this book for me? What will I learn from it?
 
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Hi

The book is not specifically about Spring, but about various architectural concerns when designing applications. As such there is a lot of coverage of advanced topics, pitfalls and corner cases that you may find useful. Also the field is changing rapidly, so what was true 4 years ago may be a bit different now.

I devote one chapter to AOP, and one to concurrency and good design. These may be good starting points to judge if you will find the book useful.

Dhanji.
 
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Thanks
 
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Dhanji Prasanna wrote:Hi

The book is not specifically about Spring, but about various architectural concerns when designing applications. As such there is a lot of coverage of advanced topics, pitfalls and corner cases that you may find useful. Also the field is changing rapidly, so what was true 4 years ago may be a bit different now.

I devote one chapter to AOP, and one to concurrency and good design. These may be good starting points to judge if you will find the book useful.

Dhanji.



Do we expect a lot of code samples in this book?

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Yes, there are a lot of code examples.
 
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