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Could you please discuss any similarities and/or differences between the Spring approach versus the Jakarta EE approach?
 
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Hi Charles. Thanks for the question. I happen to have used Java/Jakarta EE and Spring as well. There are many similarities but also many differences between these two. I don't think we could cover these in a discussion thread It's rather more of a topic of a separate book.
 
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