Evolution of dependency injection in Java

  • May 30, 2012 · 3:00 PM

We will be wrapping up this season of #vblatu with a programming oriented talk from a top notch Java expert Aleš Justin from Red Hat.

Don't worry, #vblatu will be back in october with more awesome talks from industry experts that really got stuck "do gležnjev v blatu"!


Dependency injection (DI) is not a new programming concept. But it’s only in the recent years that it got real traction. It’s probably due to languages and IDEs progress that made DI evolve so fast lately. In this presentation we’ll show the early steps - as the speaker remembers them, all the way to current JavaEE CDI 1.1 spec. We’ll then go into internals of CDI, how it works and why so.

About the speaker:

The speaker Aleš Justin is an old school JBossian. He joined JBoss, a Java middleware division of Red Hat, in 2006 to work full time on the Microcontainer project. He currently leads Weld, a JSR-299/CDI RI, and CapeDwarf projects, while still contributing to ApplicationServer, Ceylon, OpenShift (https://openshift.redhat.com/app/) and many other JBoss projects.

As as a side note:

Aleš is also the organizer of the OpenBlend conference(http://www.openblend.org/) that will be held in Ljubljana on Sep/20 2012.

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