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Would this book be a good fit for experienced Spring developers?

 
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As someone that's looking for a book that explores features of Spring that would be considered intermediate/advanced skill wise, would your book be a good fit?
 
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Chris Creed wrote:As someone that's looking for a book that explores features of Spring that would be considered intermediate/advanced skill wise, would your book be a good fit?



It's hard to say...kinda depends on *how* experienced and what particular parts of Spring you are experience in. Even a seasoned Spring developer might find something new in here, such as support for the new reactive programming model, working with microservices in Spring, etc. And, speaking for myself, someone with nearly 15 years of experience in Spring, I find myself looking in my own book from time to time to clarify something that I may have forgotten since I wrote about it.
 
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