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This review is from: Dependency Injection in .NET (Paperback)
Probably the most useful and well-written computing book I have had the pleasure to read. It's detailed, well thought out and pretty comprehensive. One of those rare books where you find any questions you have answered a page or two later. This book will teach you a lot - not just how to use DI but how to write good, loosely coupled code. I found it a revalation.
If I had a criticism it would be that I didn't really need a full life history of a made-up character nor imaginary conversations with office co-workers. But this is no "Heads-Up Design Patterns" - this is a serious book and it's well worth your time if you have any interest at all in this kind of thing. Also it would have been nice to see Ninject in the DI containers roundup, but that's just being picky.