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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.

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