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Navigating the complexities of Spring can be difficult, even for seasoned developers.

If you need direct, practical help and guidance with your own Spring work, Trifork's CTO, Joris Kuipers, is running a closed-door call.

It's free, but it's limited to only 3 seats, so if you need it, I would join quickly and be sure to attend:

>>> CTO Spring Open Office Hour Session - Technical Guidance

With more than 15 years of leading custom software development projects involving Spring, Joris has gained a lot of real-world experience, and this call is about sharing and helping the community.


Course – LS – All

Get started with Spring 5 and Spring Boot 2, through the Learn Spring course:


1. The New Course

How do I get started with Spring?” is, by far, the most common question I get.

Probably next to “What does Baeldung actually mean?” – there's a thread on Quora if you're curious 🙂

The site is a good place to start, but it's also the slow way to learn.

A guided project, carefully explained through video, with full support in case you get stuck – is just so much quicker.


So – this course has been a long time coming.

This is the official announcement – the first course I'm releasing in about 3 years now:

“Learn Spring”!

2. The Course Material

Let's start with the high-level outline of the new material:

  • Module 1 – Getting Started With Spring 5
  • Module 2 – Dependency Injection and the Spring Context
  • Module 3 – Project Configuration
  • Module 4 – Deep Dive into Spring Boot 2
  • Module 5 – Persistence and Data Access
  • Module 6 – Web Basics and Spring MVC
  • Module 7 – Templating Engines and Spring MVC
  • Module 8 – Building a REST API
  • Module 9 – Advanced Features in Spring

You can find the full lesson plan here, on the new course page.

3. The Course Pricing

Now, in terms of pricing, as I always do with my courses – the $147 announcement price is the lowest price the course is ever going to be at.

As I'm sure you're aware, I never do discounts and I always increase the price of any course over time, as I add new material.

Like all of my courses, Learn Spring is similarly structured into three packages.

4. The Course Timeline

The plan for this course is simple – I'll release it fully on the 15th of  May.

Of course, I'll release new lessons as they're ready to go live, until that point, as I always do with new course material.

Course – LS – All

Get started with Spring 5 and Spring Boot 2, through the Learn Spring course:

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