Setu Dengre wrote:Hello everyone,
I want to go for spring core certification but I couldn't find any good reference. I have searched and googled about it and what I came to know is about the book spring in action 4th ed. But I also went on and came to know that many people have used this book for this certification but didn't do well on the exam.
So if anyone knows some good reference for spring core certification that I should use for the exam please tell me.
Mike Taylorrrr wrote:Hello, i saw itestjava and it is ok, but they don't provide neither a mobile app,
so I found that quite disappointing as I like to study in mobility my Spring 5 exam
Pete Letkeman wrote:What about Cloud Foundry knowledge and/or certification?
Cloud Foundry was created by the company behind Spring/Spring Boot.
You can audit a course on this topic for free at https://www.edx.org, but if you want a badge for your Linked In/CV then you need to spend money.
Cloud Foundry also has a certification path which cost money.
In addition to or perhaps in contrast to Cloud Foundry, you may want to know about AWS.
I'm unsure if you have mentioned anything regarding databases. You may want to know at least the basics of either SQL and/or NoSQL systems.
Tim Moores wrote:In its basic version you can make do with nothing but Java and Maven. Which build tools and deployment tools you'll use depends more on what fits your existing setup, and your operational requirements, rather than anything microservices as such require.