Dependency Injection in .NET by Mark Seemann

Yesterday I received the eBook of Dependency Injection in .NET, written by my good friend Mark aka @ploeh. I had the pleasure of serving as technical proofreader during production, hence the early edition.

If you have not already read it through the MEAP program, you are in for a treat. No matter if you are new to DI or an old rat this book will enlighten you, show you when and when not to use DI, the pit-falls, the tricks, basically everything you need to know to get started or continue your quest.

The book is very rich on extensive examples, not just the often used Hello World-kind, which does not really cut in the real world.

The official web site should be up shortly.

When the printed copy comes out, I will look forward to sit in my favorite chair in my library, with a good cup of coffee and a signed copy – right, Mark? 🙂 – and read it again.

Table of Contents:

Part 1 – Putting Dependency Injection on the map

  • A Dependency Injection tasting menu
  • A comprehensive example
  • DI Containers

Part 2 – DI catalog

  • DI patterns
  • DI anti-patterns
  • DI refactorings

Part 3 – DIY DI

  • Object Composition
  • Object Lifetime
  • Interception

Part 4 – DI Containers

  • Castle Windsor
  • StructureMap
  • String.NET
  • Autofac
  • Unity
  • MEF

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1 Response to Dependency Injection in .NET by Mark Seemann

  1. Jack Hughes says:

    Agree – read the book on MEAP and found it to be very well written. Great introduction to dependency injection with the bonus that the sample codel used c#.

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