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Hi,
I have around 9 years of java/j2ee experience. I have worked on couple of java/j2ee technologies. I wanted to learn Spring, and wanted to dig deep understanding the design, issues and nuisances involved. Is there some real time project/good project i can get involved in to learn spring.

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I don't know if you are looking for open source projects using Spring to contribute to or a project to learn from. If you are looking for a project to learn from then Spring offers many samples on github. You can start with this one.

https://github.com/SpringSource/greenhouse
 
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Thanks Bill. I was looking for project to learn from.
 
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