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What do I need for get the best of your book?

 
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I am a Java developer, I had worked one year with Spring.
But what else do I need to know for get the best of your book?
 
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Hi Carlos,

Thanks for reaching out.

You only need to know Java programming. Everything else is explained in the book. Since you are already aware of the Spring, you can skip chapter 2. Chapter 2 (Spring fundaments) is there if someone does not know the Spring.

Happy Learning!

Cheers!
Sourabh Sharma
 
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