Announcing a new Meetup for The San Francisco .NET Developers User Group!
What: Embracing Loose Coupling - A Comparison of .NET Dependency Injection Frameworks
When: Wednesday, April 28,[masked]:30 PM
835 Market Street Suite 700
San Francisco, CA 94103
One of the most important development concerns when building or re-engineering a system is how to keep your components from becoming too tightly integrated. It is an unfortunate truth that tightly coupled components and functionality can be a significant impediment to application maintenance and enhancements
, not to mention initial rapid development and refactoring. Fortunately, a solution exists called Dependency Injection (DI), and there are many free options available for .NET, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. The problem is - which one do you use?
Brad will give a quick review of the theory and purpose of Dependency Injection and IoC Containers
, and will then go straight into the code and show samples of each container in action. He will also review the features of each and give recommendations on which to use in different situations
. Don't miss this opportunity to get the low down on DI Containers from someone who has been deep in the trenches with them.Brad Irby
is the President and CTO of Alobria Systems
, a software development firm that builds Enterprise Microsoft Solutions. Brad has been a developer since 1989, and specializes in re-engineering of large enterprise systems. You can find his personal bio on LinkedIn
and information about re-engineering in his BLOG
Learn more here:http://www.meetup.com/The-San-Francisco-NET-User-Group/calendar/13192084/