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Spring Quickly: how quickly

 
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Hi Laurentiu,

How quickly is the idea of the book For a junior developer?
Maybe it can be read in a week?

Similar to a reference book?
(as a good starting point).

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Hi Germán and thanks for the question. The idea of quickly is not about the time in which you can read the book. As a software developer, I learned that the estimations should never be done in time but in complexity. For some readers reading Spring Quickly might take one week while for others it might take 6 months. It really depends on the reader. Now, the idea of "quickly" in Spring Quickly and what I guarantee you is that you will learn for the beginners step by step only what you need to get into working with production-ready apps. So it is the quickest path to achieve this goal starting from zero.
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