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Is Spring Quickly suitable for veterans of Spring?

 
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I have worked on various parts of the Spring framework over the years.

Does the book offer anything for experienced Spring programmers or is it at an introductory level.

Best of luck with the book )

Kevin.  
 
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Hi Kevin! Thanks for the question. Spring Quickly is designed expecially for beginners. If you already have experience in many Spring projects you won't probably find a ton of new things in there. But I can recommend you read my other book Spring Security in Action. Spring Security is a more advanced topic so I expect you might find interesting things in Spring Security in Action Thanks again!
 
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