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Getting A Job In Spring Microservices

 
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Hi Guys,

I wish to get a job on this.  It is because it is getting common now.  It is also one of the few items I dont have in my resume.

My issue is that, most recruitment entertain only those with experience already.  

How do you approach this scenario?

As for me, I think Ill just negotiate aggressively during the job application.  I will provide the fact that because of the following, I am confident that I will be able to do the job:  Spring Certified Professional, Java 8 certified programmer, Spring Boot experience, Azure and AWS certified

I was looking for any Certification focused on microservices using Spring, but I cant find any.  (Yes the Spring Professional is heavy on Spring boot, and I have passed it this week, but it is not exactly focused on microservices at all)
 
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Jesus Angeles wrote:. . . not exactly focused on microservices at all)

I shall add you to the JS forum whre there is a discussion about a microservices book at the moment. They might be able to help you there, and, who knows, you might be eligible for the book draw
 
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