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Is this book good enough for Spring?

 
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Hi all,
Has anyone tried the Black Book of Spring 3.0. I urgently need a spring book for beginner as well as advanced user. I was wondering whether this is a good book?
Help me. I'm also considering spring in action but i didn't found any review for the black book.
 
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I have used Spring In Action. That is the best book for learning spring. But, that is very much suitable for the developers, not for the beginners.
May be some other books also good in the market.

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/428588.Spring_in_Action

 
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