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Spring in Action - Newbie question

 
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Hi Craig,
Congratulations on the release of your book . I'm a newbie to web programming and just started out with servlets , jsp etc . I've seen a lot of articles and references to Spring on the internet . In your opinion, how difficult would it be for a beginner( like moi )to get acquainted with Spring MVC and Spring in general . Also is your book geared towards novice programmers or does it cater to the more experienced hands with prior experience in Spring?
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Definitely spring in Action is targeted towards beginners. Springsource also has a good self explanatory documentation which is quite easy to follow. That said, the book spring in Action is worth the buy.
 
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Thats great!
 
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