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Getting started with Spring Framework: help being one of those run of the mill developers?

 
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Hello Sharma & Sarin,

This is an amazing opportunity to be able to ask you a question and have the very slight chance you may read it and offer an interesting possibly life changing reply that could improve my pathetic existence.



I saw that this book covers lots of interesting topics from how to connect to big data from Spring, developing Restful web services, and Aspect Oriented Programming. At work a lot of the Java developers use Spring. This book could help me in being one of those run of the mill Java-EE developers. According to Amazon dot com this book is 552 pages. Do you think this book could be useful in keeping various papers and receipts I have on my desk from flying around?

Thank-you for reading this. Good luck with your "life".

Regards,

Kim
 
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Hi Kim,

You are bang-on at "this book could be useful in keeping various papers and receipts I have on my desk from flying around". This is one of the most sought after use of the book. It doesn't just keep the receipts but also protects them from dust and sunlight. Some readers have gone to an extent to say that their receipts were looking much better after they were kept in the book for more than a day.

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Ashish
 
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