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Incloud Tech Night Meetup 2020
 | 13.02.2020

Hot Topic: Dependency Injection

Dependency Injection (DI). By now, everyone should have heard about it.
But what actually is "Dependency Injection" and "Inversion of Control"?
We can find 'it' implemented in a lot of frameworks nowadays and for
someone not familiar with the concept it might seem like magic.
In this session we are going to take a closer look behind the curtains
of this software design principle and show what DI can do for us and how
a very simplistic version could be implemented in Javascript.

Yannick Baron is architecture consultant at Thinktecture and focuses on Angular and RxJS.

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Incloud Tech Night Meetup 2020
13.02.20  
- 13.02.20 
@ Darmstadt
 (DE)
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