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Dependency Injection in .NET Core & .NET 5 (Second Edition)

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Learn your value at work and boost your resume by learning the cutting–edge Dependency Injection in .NET Core and .NET 5!

Dependency Injection is a technique by which the dependency between modules and classes can be eliminated, in order to increase the mobility, reusability and maintainability of the code.

Historically .NET developers used third party components and frameworks such as Unity, Ninject and AutoFac to implement dependency injection. This meant that developers had to learn multiple complex dependency injection frameworks. In .NET Core, dependency injection is supported out of the box!

By taking this course you will learn the necessary software engineering concepts and design principles, then you will be taken through a few hands–on projects through which various dependency injection features of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core are explained. 

At the end of this course you will be able to design and code extensible, scalable and reusable applications using ASP.NET Core !  This will add a huge value to your resume and it will help you shine as a great developer!

The course also comes with a series of Interview Questions about Dependency Injection in .NET Core, which will help you a lot with your future job interviews!

Instructor Details

Aref is an experienced software engineer passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience with others. He completed a masters degree in Software Engineering but his journey with programming began when he was just 13 years old (with a Commodore 64 computer). At age 17, Aref sold his first commercial software, a real estate management program written in Turbo Pascal. He also developed an interest and high proficiency in 8085 and 8086 assembly languages. This interest led to a period where he worked in the electronics industry building industrial automation devices. As a (cheeky) hobby, Aref worked on computer viruses that came to the attention of Peter Norton. Googling Aref.890 turns up some interesting information! Since this time, Aref has continued to build a variety of enterprise software solutions using engineering tools and frameworks such as FoxPro, Delphi, C++, C#, Grafana, New Relic, TeamCity, and Bamboo. Aref is also passionate about teaching, spending 3.5 years working as a high school teacher in Iran. He now channels this passion into online teaching and is grateful for the opportunity to teach many students around the world. He has published two books around software development one of which was published when he was 19 years old. Aref currently works in Australia as a technology leader, and he enjoys working with talented engineers and creating various software architecture solutions for clients.

Specification: Dependency Injection in .NET Core & .NET 5 (Second Edition)

Duration

2 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

15 reviews for Dependency Injection in .NET Core & .NET 5 (Second Edition)

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  1. James Smith

    Well done. A thorough review of the dependency injection. Thanks.

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  2. Deepak D

    nice but bit more explanation would be helpful. Feels that

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  3. Aaron Nord

    Good overview of DI with some helpful examples and exercises. Interview questions at that end are a nice round up to finish out the course.

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  4. Roderic Agustin

    Very informative. I can definitely use what I learned from this course for new .Net Core projects at work.

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  5. Ashish Jain

    Really awesome and simple way to understand. The tutor is not just completing his teaching by the completion of formal topics, he covered those topics which are unique and developer face challenges during development. I loved as he implemented conditional features, Logging, and DI in WPF.

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  6. Fernando Torres

    Very nice information , very clear concepts

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  7. Nimrod Rotner

    Very good explanation. Well done explained.

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  8. Faron Smordin

    Some of the basic concepts are explained well and I do feel like I have a better understanding of dependency injection, but the examples/hands on project used require knowledge of a number of different libraries and concepts that are outside the scope of this course, making the examples somewhat difficult to understand if you are not familiar with those libraries/concepts. It would be ideal if a hands on/sample project used as few external libraries/concepts as possible, and if it had to use external things, relied on the most widely known/basic/fundamental ones. The interview questions section was well explained and valuable.

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  9. Henry Luong

    Very easy to understand

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  10. Eduardo Gelvis

    Great course, now I understand more about DI and how can be implemented in our software designs. I expected that the course elaborates other ways to DI besides constructor injection (as a method injection). I’ll hope to see any additional courses or information related to this tutor. Thanks

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  11. S Manivannan

    Yes. Helped me to understand the concepts of DI in .NET Core very easily. Neatly explained.

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  12. SMG Multimedya ve Proje Hizmetleri A.S

    very poor explanation

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  13. William Jennings

    I had a lot of trouble with getting Amazon Dynamodb set up and connected. This class would benefit to have an addendum to talk about how to set up that connection. the Teacher starts to talk about it, then skips over it and assume you have an connection.

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  14. SenthilkumarR

    Its clear explanation and easy to understand. Thanks for the interesting startup section

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  15. Joshua Howard

    Clear DI instruction with lots of great tips.

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