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Hello authors!

Thank you for spending time on the ranch.
I am a beginning Spring developer and I was wondering if your book is ideal for starters such as me.

I must admit I allready bought Spring In Action ³ed. which I'm reading now, but isn't it confusing for a beginning Spring developer to start with (besides chapter 1-3?) problem/solution material without knowing little of the base stuff?

I know I probably will love this book, but I'm just not sure at what point, knowledgewise, I could start reading it.
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