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I have been working in Java and related technologies for 5 years now but haven't used Spring in any of projects.
Now i want to have some exposure to Spring wherein i can build sample examples and experience it power and hopefully in future can use in some of projects.

Can someone tell me starting book (maybe as simple as Head First Series...) from where i can get a headstart.
Also is there a parallel certification which can be ultimately achieved?

Help from fellow ranchers will help.

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The best book has always been Spring in Action. Make sure you get the latest edition.

Also, use www.pringframework.org the website for Spring, their documentation is very good, and you can download the framework and its other projects and get sample applications.

SpringSource does have a Spring certification, but it requires you to take the Core Spring class offered by SpringSource. Which is an amazing, great class.

Good Luck

Mark
 
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