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The book "Spring Dynamic Modules in Action "

 
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My name is sandeep, from India,Mumbai.
I am new to spring and i have seen demo chapters from,
the book "Spring Dynamic Modules in Action" .
Is this book good to buy for new programmer like me?
Thank you.
 
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sandeep lokhande wrote:Is this book good to buy for new programmer like me?


In my opinion, no. Stick with more beginner-level books/projects for now--if something goes wrong, without a good grounding in more advanced topics, you'd have no way of understanding how to fix things.
 
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To be honest, I think a book like Spring in action or Spring in practice would better suit you... As matter of fact, Spring DM in action describes how to use this tool in order to develop enterprise applications based on Spring and OSGi. So if you aren't interested in OSGi...
You can also notice that we did reminders (on Spring, OSGi, JPA technology and main Web frameworks) and describe things step by step.

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Thank you Mr. Thierry for your comment,
I am continuously learning new things in Spring and also i am getting help from my seniors,
friends and forums like Javarach provides,
"Spring in action" also helps a lot,
I am really happy to read from you .
Have a nice Day.
 
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