Learning Path 01 - Spring and Spring Boot Web Applications and API Developer
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Skill You Will Learn
- Spring Boot
- Databases with JPA and Hibernate
- Building Web Applications
- Building SOAP Web Services
- Building REST API
- Unit Testing with JUnit, Mockito and Spring Boot Test
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