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Hi, Willie Wheeler, John Wheeler, & Joshua. Welcome here. I am relatively young Java developer, started to learn Java two years ago. Mainly I learned JavaSE pretty good, I now I wonder is it right time to go to next level of JavaEE. I know basic things about Servlets and JSP, JDBC, good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. My question is do you recommend me to learnd Servlets and JSP deeper or to step over this and start learning Spring?
I have read a lot of positive comments about Spring, like it's one of the best available framework for JavaEE.
With a little knowledge, a cast iron skillet is non-stick and lasts a lifetime.
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