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Hi Iuliana,

I have gone through the index of the book. So many exciting chapters.

I have a plan in place to complete my spring certification this year, and this book couldn't have been more perfect for my certification.

My question, there are so many topics in this book, where I am coming from is like we can find books on those sub-topics as they are quite huge in themselves, would this book be enough to prepare for the exam or should we explore those topics in-depth while we drive initial thoughts from the book?

Hope my question is not confusing

-Thank You!
 
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