Spring has been dominating the Inversion of Control (IoC) world for a long time now, and its buzz factor is well deserved. Spring has a great IoC container and also provides many services over and above what you'd expect from an IoC container. Recently however a new player has been getting a lot of attention. A new open source project from Google called Guice has taken a different approach to building an IoC container. In this talk we will compare and contrast these two IoC options and discuss their strengths and weaknesses in real world application situations.
Continuous Integration (CI) is the process of making sure that your whole application is integrated and tested at all times. Application that are fully integrated and tested on a regular basis typically do not have 11th hour major functional and configuration nightmares that keep developer at work until the wee hours of the morning. CI will help prevent these late in the game scrambles to get all the moving parts of an application to talk together properly. An application that has all its components continuously built and tested as a whole is the goal, this presentation will help you get there.
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