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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, are the topics deep enough? In the sense what could be the level, we could introspect ourselves to be at after completion of the book? Like an intermediate level or just above beginner. Is this like a 10000 ft view of the knowledge we should know for the certification?

-Thank You!
 
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