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Succeeding with Dependency Injection

29th May 2013 in London at Skills Matter

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In this hands-on session, Ian Russell will show you how to use many of the software design patterns that you already know to create loosely coupled, maintainable code that is easy to extend and test.

Dependency Injection is a set of software design principles and practices that enable us to develop loosely coupled code. You will learn how to structure your code so that implementing an IOC Container becomes an implementation detail and not a source of obscure, hard to duplicate bugs!

Software prerequisites: Visual Studio 2010 or 2012.

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Succeeding with Dependency Injection

Ian Russell

Ian Russell has nearly 20 experience as a hands-on software developer/solution architect, specialising in data-intensive OLTP solutions on the Microsoft stack.

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In this hands-on session, Ian Russell will show you how to use many of the software design patterns that you already know to create loosely coupled, maintainable code that is easy to extend and test.

Dependency Injection is a set of software design principles and practices that enable us to develop loosely coupled code. You will learn how to structure your code so that implementing an IOC Container becomes an implementation detail and not a source of obscure, hard to duplicate bugs!

Software prerequisites: Visual Studio 2010 or 2012.

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Succeeding with Dependency Injection

Ian Russell

Ian Russell has nearly 20 experience as a hands-on software developer/solution architect, specialising in data-intensive OLTP solutions on the Microsoft stack.

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