Dependency Injection for Beginners


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Riley Major at 10:45 on 4 Mar 2016

Pacing was too fast. Sped right by the intro slide. Ended a bit early. Could have used a little more enthusiasm.

Good job restating questions from the audience before answering them. Hard to remember to do that.

You mentioned unit testing as the biggest advantage at the end (without a slide); perhaps you could highlight it more in your pros/cons section. Could have used a summary slide reminding folks of the advantages.

Perhaps it's my level but I felt a little lost as we covered how DI would be used with each framework's toolset. Perhaps you could cover fewer frameworks but go through it in more detail. It could just be my lack of familiarity with the frameworks.

Maybe for demonstration purposes you could explain how and why you might build a service container and then show how it was done for you by the frameworks.

Thanks for putting this talk together and sharing your expertise with us.

Mark Cyrulik at 11:11 on 4 Mar 2016

I think that the examples were good, but I feel like for an intro talk on what it is, there could have been more discussion around the concept of DI, some non-programming real world examples that may have resonated with the group.

Wilbur Ince at 14:00 on 4 Mar 2016

Great talk, but slides were hard to read from the back of the room.

Coni Gehler at 12:28 on 5 Mar 2016

Would have liked more intro. Way too fast.

Dave Buchanan at 14:24 on 7 Mar 2016

Well presented, and I fully undestood the concept. Only feedback would be to provide a couple more different examples with specific use cases.