Tag Archives: guice

Guicing up Hudson: Making life easier for developers with JSR-330


February 10, 2011 By
Jason van Zyl

Today we started rolling out the first of our proposed JSR-330 Dependency Injection changes to Hudson back into the Hudson community. We’re giving it back because we think it is going to make a huge difference for Hudson’s future development. As more and more libraries move to JSR-330, we’re going to see a lot of […]

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Next Generation Maven Development Stack @ JFokus


January 26, 2010 By
Jason van Zyl

For my talk today at JFokus today I’ve taken the liberty of starting some notes for folks interested in attending. There’s a lot to cover and so I thought I would try the approach of providing some material up front so the session can be more of a dialog. I’m going to attempt to cover […]

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From Plexus to Guice (#3): Creating a Guice Bean Extension Layer


January 22, 2010 By
Stuart McCulloch

In the first two articles in this series you learned why Sonatype has decided to move our development efforts from Plexus to Guice and you’ve also been introduced to Sonatype’s efforts to create a Guice/Plexus integration library to make the migration from Plexus to Guice seamless.   In this post, I’m going to dive into […]

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From Plexus to Guice (#1): Why Guice?


January 19, 2010 By
Jason van Zyl

When we started the Maven project, dependency injection was still developing. Spring was just starting out and the Avalon project at Apache was really the only IoC framework around. While the concept seems second-nature by 2010, in 2002, it wasn’t a primary focus of the initial efforts of the Maven community but it was something […]

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