Mastering Ninject for Dependency Injection Paperback – 25 Sep 2013
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About the Author
Daniel Baharestani is an experienced IT professional living in Australia. He has a BSc in software engineering and has over 10 years of professional experience in design and development of enterprise applications, mostly focused on Microsoft technologies. Daniel is currently working at 3P Learning, which is a global leader in online learning for school-aged students with its flagship platform, Mathleticsused by more than 3.5 million students in over 10,000 schools worldwide.
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Case in point: Very little thought was put into consideration for matters concerning database connectivity, especially when considering a dynamic database and multiple databases. Maybe that's my own personal hangup. However, very rarely am I called upon in the real world to provide services not involving multiple and/or dynamic databases, as example, one for security and one for data, and where the database for data is dynamic depending on who logged on. I wanted meat, I wanted examples binding interfaces for UOW and Repositories. I found none. Database connectivity is the thrust of what I do.
Ok, perhaps I should not put the weight of this major flaw on this one particular author but how refreshing it would be to one day crack open a book about patterns & practices and see examples of things you actually do in the real world. Am I the only one hoping?
Lastly, the book is only 119 pages [not counting index] of which the first 25 pages is fluff. I think for the money asked, the author could have provided more insight on Ninject, as mentioned above concerning databases. The author never once applied standards involving the Composition Root and that was disappointing, as again this is suppose to be a book on patterns and practices. Coupling this with the number of pages, I just felt this was rushed into print.
Again, ok if you are spending $12, not so ok if you are spending $27.00. I spotted very few errors, and of those I saw, they were mostly grammatical.
In short, acceptable for theory, not so much for application, but worth $12.00. If however you are in a cash squeeze, you're better off just surfing the Internet for answers.
I would love to see some guidance on using NInject from scratch.