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Spring 5 Certification Book

 
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Hi Iuliana,

I started preparing for Spring certification with Spring 4 guide due to the lack of guide for new version and left it off in the middle.
Hopefully it covers everything that needs to be covered for the exam.
How much effort is needed to pass the exam with decent score? Could you please also share if any practice exams are included in the guide?

Thanks,
Raghu
 
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For my experience, I read Spring In Action 4 and 5, Getting Started with Spring Framework covering 5 and Dominik Cebula' tutorial on Udemy.
Dominik has already published 7 modules and he is working on the 8th module.
Reading Iuliana's book  is also helpful.
Ivan's notes is also helpful https://www.ivankrizsan.se/
For mock exam, I bought itestjava , certification-questions.
If you have an Android tablet, you may consider to install Spring Quiz Practice Exam for free.
 
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