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Hi Craig,
I'm a fan  of your previous books. Spring In Action 2 was the first clear explanation of Spring I read and actually got me to  a place where I understood it.
I looked at the syllabus and it seems you removed the "Cloud Native" section in this edition that was in edition 5.

I was wondering why ?
I haven't actually read Edition 5, so I'm wondering what this edition adds.

Thanks ,
Paul
 
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I love Spring Cloud and it's actually what I work on day-to-day in my "real job". But...

I didn't feel that Spring in Action gave fair coverage to Spring Cloud in only 3 chapters and if I were to cover it fairly it'd need several more chapter...perhaps even a full book on the subject. But rather than write that book myself, I'll just refer you to John Carnell's excellent book that covers the topic in way more detail than I could fairly cover it in Spring in Action: https://www.manning.com/books/spring-microservices-in-action-second-edition


paul nisset wrote:Hi Craig,
I'm a fan  of your previous books. Spring In Action 2 was the first clear explanation of Spring I read and actually got me to  a place where I understood it.
I looked at the syllabus and it seems you removed the "Cloud Native" section in this edition that was in edition 5.

I was wondering why ?
I haven't actually read Edition 5, so I'm wondering what this edition adds.

Thanks ,
Paul

 
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Thanks Craig.
 
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