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Book to learn spring basics as a beginner !!

 
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I am SCJP certified and never worked for this before . But really the work suddenly has demanded for the same and urgently ...

I need your help friends about how and which book will give me the basic knowledge about the same (spring) . need book like Head First which can be downloaded at free of cost in the office so that i can study in my office hours too ...

Let me also know if you people have any link for the PDF book .............
 
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There's plenty of tutorials which can teach you the basics. To my knowledge, there's no head first like books for Spring. Spring In Action is a good book, You can buy the ebook at Manning's homepage.
 
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