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Spring Quickly Question/Title

 
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I'm not familiar with the Quickly (series?).  Is the information meant to be absorbed with 7 hours, 24 hours, and/or within a week?  And/or is the information presented in "recipes" for particular use cases?
 
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Hi Charles. Thanks for the question. I can't say how much will take a reader to read the book in hours. Also as a developer, I dislike estimations in hours and I prefer to discuss complexity. The "quickly" in Spring Quickly is not about time needed to learn which is relative of course to the reader. But what I promise is that it the fastest path one should take to learn Spring from zero. It delivers you with nice examples of what should you need to get into writing production-ready apps with Spring as fast as possible.
 
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