The seven deadly sins of Dependency Injection

Stephan Hochdörfer (25.Jan.2014 at 10:10, 1 hr )
Talk at PHPBenelux Conference 2014 (English - US)

Rating: 4 of 5

The seven deadly sins of Dependency Injection

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Rating: 4 of 5

25.Jan.2014 at 11:02 by Steve Winter (56 comments)

Interesting talk, and a great coverage of what not to do, but I missed the part about "the right way"...?

Rating: 5 of 5

25.Jan.2014 at 11:41 by Eric Rodriguez (20 comments)

Rating: 4 of 5

25.Jan.2014 at 11:52 by Willem-Jan Zijderveld (82 comments)

Liked the talk, clear explanation of the problems with wrongly implemented IoC.

Rating: 5 of 5

25.Jan.2014 at 13:14 by Krzysztof Piechowicz (4 comments)

One of the best talks so far

Rating: 5 of 5

25.Jan.2014 at 14:02 by Dries Vints (79 comments)

I was very surprised by this talk. I went to one of Stephan's talk a couple of years ago and I had a hard time back then understanding what he was saying because of his accent.

But this time it was different the accent was almost entirely gone so I clearly understand what he said. The talk itself was also great. Very nice overview of the pitfalls in DI and best practices. Can recommend this talk to anyone who wants to learn more about the subject.

Rating: 5 of 5

25.Jan.2014 at 15:16 by Petra Dreiskamper (90 comments)

Very good and also very funny talk that does an excellent job of explaining the different strategies for using dependency injection.
And why a chosen solution in a certain situation might or might not be a good idea ;-)
Very enjoyable.

Rating: 4 of 5

25.Jan.2014 at 21:26 by Paul De Schutter (10 comments)

This talk was much more vivid and entertaining compared to his previous talks I attended at PHPBenelux. Overall it was a good talk, though at some point there was some confusion as to what the actual recommended best practices were. Maybe this could be made more clear, considering the fact that best practices also depend on the circumstances and requirements (which I think was the source of the confusion).

Rating: 5 of 5

26.Jan.2014 at 11:08 by Mihail Binev (3 comments)

I enjoyed it, very informative about implementing IoC "the right way" (tm)

Rating: 4 of 5

26.Jan.2014 at 14:52 by Bart McLeod (83 comments)

I also enjoyed your talk and I agree that your English has much improved over the years.

Sometimes it was indeed hard to extract what you recommend as a best practice, but then we had an intelligent women in the room who was **really** paying attention and asked.

I have two recommendations:
- For those people who have a hard time to figure what you are recommending you might add red or green bars to your slides, depending on whether what we are looking at is considered right or wrong or maybe it depends.
- If people ask questions, please repeat the question. This comment applies to almost all speakers, with the definite exception of Jeremy Coates. We don't use a microphone when asking questions, so they are hard to understand.

I didn't find your talk harsh btw, but then, I'm partly German too.

Rating: 5 of 5

26.Jan.2014 at 22:15 by Mike Simonson (64 comments)

Rating: 4 of 5

27.Jan.2014 at 10:26 by Freek Lijten (65 comments)

I agree with Dries Vints, a talk a couple of years ago didn't really impress but this was good. Information density was great and I picked up some new inspiration concerning this topic.

About the presentation, I don't know if the 7 sins really worked out for me, it did not add much to the actual content. Apart from that good job!

Rating: 4 of 5

27.Jan.2014 at 11:51 by Patrick van Kouteren (110 comments)

I'm with Dries as well. The slides could've been a little more 'obvious' (especially when reading them back later), but illustrating by example always works good when presenting. Good job.

Speaker comment:

27.Jan.2014 at 11:55 by Stephan Hochdörfer (206 comments)

Thanks for the all the comments. Will think about how to restructure the slides a bit to make the minor details more "visible".

Rating: 4 of 5

27.Jan.2014 at 11:56 by Pim Elshoff (81 comments)

I have nothing to add to the other comments. Good job!

Rating: 4 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 17:21 by Evan Coury (54 comments)

This was overall a good talk containing some very great tips around dependency injection.

My only criticism is that I felt like the talk content was a bit forced to fit the title. Some of the "sins" were spot on, but others weren't quite as clear for me, or seemed to be repetitive of previous tips.

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