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By fuzzer
Published: Nov 24 2007 / 10:43

I decided to do a quick investigation of Google’s Guice dependency injection framework. The impetus for this was the recent excitement on TheServerSide regarding Guice vs. Spring, and the ensuing (and always entertaining) TSS discussion thread.
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dzonelurker replied ago:

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Bob Lee of Guice: "Being a fan of plain old Java, before I wrote Guice, existing dependency injection frameworks were non-starters for me. I'd sooner write factories by hand than keep XML in sync with my classes or embed method names in strings."

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kupolov replied ago:

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I suppose dzone has a serious bug. I didn't vote this article, but I'm listed as a voter!!!

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