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Hello Adam,

Congratulations!

Question:

What's the important factor that you thought or considered while you were writing topics around Web services/Rest microservices for this book?

What's the take away on these topics for the readers?

All the Best!


 
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Great question. The main factor I thought about was what someone would need to know to write a web service from scratch using the Spring framework.

You should take away from it the knowledge of how to build a web service or microservice, and as the name implies a book to reference back to many times.
 
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