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Getting started with Spring Framework: Deciding What's In/Out?

 
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Many would say that the Spring framework is rather large and encompassing.
How did you narrow down what you chose to cover in your book?
 
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Hi Pete,

Good question !
I've focused only on topics that are relevant to *most* Spring developers. For this reason, I haven't covered Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and other projects, that are not relevant to most Spring developers.

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Thanks for clearing this up and responding Ashish.

This book does seem like it could be a good place to start with learning Spring.

I find it interesting sometimes to get inside of the authors thought processes.
 
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