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By Cameron McKenzie
Published: Aug 12 2010 / 01:55

Ryan Nelson has put together an interesting article that contrasts Spring vs Guice, with a real positive bent on the Google Guice implementation. It's an interesting article, with much of the insight coming from real hands on work with both Guice and Spring. At the same time, the real world experience might make Ryan shy a bit on some of the latest features of Spring 3, like annotation support, but I think the point Ryan is making is more about the current state of the union, as opposed to where things might go in the future.
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zynasis replied ago:

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that was incredibly biased towards guice.

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Cameron McKenzie replied ago:

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Yeah, but it still makes ya think. It's nice to see a shot or two fired over the bow of the Spring container every once in a while.

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