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Pivotal Certified Professional Core Spring 5 Developer Exam: A Study Guide Question

 
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Hello Iuliana,

Congratulations on your book.
How difficult would you say is the spring certification compared to other java certifications like the Java SE and Java EE certifications?


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Kondwani
 
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Hello Kondwani,

I cannot answer this question, because I was never interesed in getting certified in Java or JEE.

The reason that I think a Spring exam might be more difficult, is because to know Spring you have to learn about design patterns specific to the framework and best practices when working with it. And also, you have to know Java.

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