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Pivotal Certified Professional Core Spring 5 Developer Exam:Study Guide - Coverage

 
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Hi,

From the perspective of exam is  the content in this book  covers all the  topics and sufficient for  acing the exam. Or  along with this  external resources also be read ?
 
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Hello Divya,

I wrote the book following the list of official topics published here: https://pivotal.io/training/certification/spring-professional-certification
There will also be a mock exam available on the official GitHub repo for the book.

The exam is  a little bit difficult without participating to an official course.  But it is not impossible. I have received emails from people that have passed the Spring 5 certification exam by working with my previous book(which was writen for Spring 4) and filling up the gaps using the official Spring Documentation reference.
I can confidently assume at this point the 2nd edition of the book, written for Spring 5 will be even more helpful.

Nonetheless Spring changes fast these days, so as long as you keep your eyes on the official Spring blog and the official Spring certification page and go throught the official study guide throughly, you should be fine.

Cheers!
 
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Thank you author for providing detailed explanation.
 
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