Pivotal Certified Professional Core Spring 5 Developer Exam: A Study Guide Using Spring Framework 5
Pass the Pivotal Certified Professional exam for Core Spring, based on the latest Spring Framework 5, using source code examples, study summaries, and mock exams. This book now includes WebFlux, reactive programming, and more found in Spring 5. You'll find a descriptive overview of certification-related Spring modules and a single example application demonstrating the use of all required Spring modules.
Furthermore, in Pivotal Certified Professional Core Spring 5 Developer Exam, Second Edition, each chapter contains a brief study summary and question set, and the book’s free downloadable source code package includes one mock exam (50 questions – like a real exam). After using this study guide, you will be ready to take and pass the Pivotal Certified Professional exam.
When you become Pivotal Certified, you will have one of the most valuable credentials in Java. Pivotal certification helps you advance your skills and your career, and get the maximum benefit from Spring. Passing the exam demonstrates your understanding of Spring and validates your familiarity with: container-basics, aspect oriented programming (AOP), data access and transactions, Spring Security, Spring Boot, microservices, and Spring model-view-controller (MVC). Good luck!
What You Will Learn
- Understand the core principles of Spring Framework 5
- Use dependency injection
- Work with aspects in Spring and do AOP (aspect oriented programming)
- Control transactional behavior and work with SQL and NoSQL databases
- Create and secure web applications based on Spring MVC
- Get to know the format of the exam and the type of questions in it
- Create Spring microservices applications
Iuliana Cosmina is currently a software engineer for NCR Edinburgh. She has been writing Java code since 2002 and contributed to various types of applications such as experimental search engines, ERPs, track and trace, and banking. During her career, she has been a teacher, a team leader, software architect, DevOps professional, and software manager. She is a Spring-certified Professional, as defined by Pivotal, the makers of Spring Framework, Boot, and other tools, and considers Spring the best Java framework to work with. When she is not programming, she spends her time reading, blogging, learning to play piano, travelling, hiking, or biking.