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While there are many qualities by which to judge an architecture, two technologies--dependency injection (DI) and aspect-oriented programming (AOP)--provide guidance on some of the most foundational. Not only do they influence how a system's components are designed and organized, they also determine how easily the system may evolve. In this episode, Mark Dunn and Mark Pollack discusses DI and AOP from an architectural point of view, showing how the principles promoted by DI and AOP translate to tangible architectural benefits such as loose coupling and a separation of business and technical concerns.
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