Thanks to bryant rob, Houssam El, Corey Smith and Dan Bromberg for starting these topics and everyone else that joined in for the discussions.
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Teaches working developers the shortcuts to quality code. There’s
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Spring in Action (August 25th)
This book guides you through Spring’s core features explained in
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