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Most of us have heard the vague, hand waving spiel about why DI is important for writing flexible, reusable code, a little harder to come by are examples of how one actually goes about doing it in a (cost) effective manner. Rather than a dry introduction to DI, this talk will be packed full of code examples demonstrating practical techniques you can start using straight away, no gems, meta-programming or magic required. We'll also explore how you might persuade your Rails app to benefit from DI.

Posted by Michael_Skillsmatter  |   Aug 14 2013 / 02:16

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MCII replied ago:

"Sorry The creator of this video has not given you permission to embed it on this domain. This is a Vimeo Plus feature." Sorry, DI is an Anti-pattern anyway. Missed nothing.

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