Monthly Archives: March 2016

.NET Dependency Injection Frameworks

As Martin Fowler mentions it in his article, the basic idea of the Dependency Injection (DI) is to have a separate object, that populates a field in another class with an appropriate implementation of a specific interface. DI can be applied in three different ways: Constructor Injection, Setter Injection, and Interface Injection. A container I’ve used on several […]

Visual Studio Community 2015

I was playing those past couple of days, as I usually do, with .NET, Visual Studio, C# and building some Web components. I use a MacBook but enjoy tweaking things in a Windows environment when necessary. I am currently experimenting with Visual Studio Community Edition 2015. I strongly suggest you do the same as it seems […]