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Hi All,

I want to start learning Spring. Which book would you all suggest? I have heard that 'Spring in Action' is a good book, or should I go for any other book?

Also can someone suggest me some good book for hibernate too?

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Hamid
 
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Check this thread...

https://coderanch.com/t/60043/oa/New-springs

For Beginners:

Pro Spring (very basic level)

Spring in action(basic level)

For Intermediate:

Third book

Professional...(Wrox ) Better read this after you have gone through either one of them.
 
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