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Utilizing Microsoft's Object Builder to Create Custom Objects Based on the Dependency Injection Patt

, 24 Apr 2007
An article describing the utilization of the Object Builder framework to develop custom objects for dependency injection.
dependencyinjectiondemo.zip
DependencyInjectionDemo
DependencyInjectionDemo
bin
Debug
DependencyInjectionDemo.vshost.exe
obj
Properties
Settings.settings
DependencyInjectionDemo.gpState
ObjectBuilderDemo
bin
Debug
Configuration
BuilderXmlConfigElement.xsx
Microsoft.Practices.ObjectBuilder.dll
ObjectBuilderDemo.exe
ObjectBuilderDemo.pdb
ObjectBuilderDemo.vshost.exe
Configuration
BuilderXmlConfigElement.xsx
obj
Properties
Settings.settings

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Handpeople
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I work as a systems analyst for a large financial services organization. I have experience in a broad range of technologies but specialize in C#, VB, ASP, and Oracle PL/SQL and Java development.

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