Windsor featured on CodeBetter


It is about time that someone other than a Castle Project contributor bloged about Windsor!  David Hayden over at writes about Windsor.

I can’t think of very many applications that shouldn’t be written using Windsor, and I can think of scarcely few more which should not take advantage of Binsor.  The Meticulous Geek even says “I never want to configure my container with XML again.”

Yes, I realized I just linked Ayende again.  He blushed at my last post where I summarized what I thought were the best Active Record and NHibernate related posts of the past 8 months.  It was difficult to stay on topic.  There were many other great posts, but many were about other things.

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