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The question, might be somewhat 'different'. But maybe some people thought about it and can share

I am looking for books or maybe web materials on java technologies, such as Spring, Hibernate, also some advanced core java like Multi-threading.
However, while I Know and read the now trending popular titles, I am looking for specific.
I am looking for exercises Sort of like "after chapter questions and problems". Like it was with the basic programming books in college.
While learning new technology like Hibernate (for me) I can visualize the big picture, but it's hard for me to come up with my own exercise for a particular topic/chapter.
I am particularly interested in such resources for Hibernate and Spring.
Has anyone seen anything of sorts? Can share anything ?
 
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Sorry, not that I know of.
 
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