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The Inversion of Control Pattern

, 17 Apr 2011 CPOL
An understanding of "The Inversion of Control" Pattern
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AbhishekGoenka
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I spent some time working as a programmer and computer developer for several IT companies. I gained a lot of knowledge and experience in the process, and met some very supportive people in the industry. In May 2000' I joined LBS College for Higher studies.

I enjoyed my studies as much as academic studies can be enjoyed. I feel that I depend my understanding of computers because of them. The LBS College gives his students a high level of studying, but my main problem with it is that its tests are sometimes completely out of sync with the material that is learned, too long and/or too hard, and so students receive low grades and are frustrated. This is especially demotivating considering the fact that studying there is a lot of work.

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