Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Mark Seeman: Dependency Injection in .NET

I started reading Mark Seeman's book "Dependency Injection in .NET" yesterday evening. So far I have been through the first 4 chapters, and I find the mix of culinary hint and anecdotes a fresh and welcome take on writing factual development / programming books.

From what I have read so far I can highly recommend this book from a technical perspective.

For anyone interested in designing decoupled software and especially .NET developers this is a MUST read. Many of the concepts and techniques described in the book are relevant  for most other programming languages as well.

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