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Hi All,

I am part of a project which uses spring framework for developing a internal knowledge management web portal.
I have an experience of three years and though I am new to the spring framework I can quickly adapt. My concern is with 11 other team mates for whom I have to act as technical lead/mentor and none of them have had any work experience in Java. I have made them do the mvc tutorial that comes along with the spring framework but I am still looking for ways to increase their Spring competence.
If any of you has faced similiar situations or can help me out I would be greatful.

Thanks & Regards
 
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Send them to SpringSource Core Spring training classes.

Mark
 
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Thanks Mark for the suggestion. The issue is my company does not sponsor such training courses instead it has its own training program which is not so effective. If I can get reference to some nice online resources, books or tutorials it would be of great help.

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Hi,
here is a couple of the books i can think about:
1. Spring in Action by Craig Walls and Ryan Breidenbach - Manning
2. Professional Java Development with the Spring Framework by Rod Johnsonet al. (John Wiley & Sons)

Cheers,
Oleg.
 
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Check (Sorry this link is considered blatant advertising as it is promoting a site that the poster created)

Hope it will be useful.
 
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great tutorial Lalit, thank you verymuch
 
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Rod Pitcher wrote:great tutorial Lalit, thank you verymuch



Let me rephrase his post. I have to edit and remove that link from it because it violates a policy of ours.

http://www.lalitbhatt.com/tiki-index.php?page=Spring

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You can ask your team members to check out few simple examples from this site. I hope your team members will find it useful.

cheers,

 
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