Effects of Dependency Injection on Maintainability

@inproceedings{Intuit2007EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of Dependency Injection on Maintainability},
  author={Ekaterina Razina Intuit},
  year={2007}
}
  • Ekaterina Razina Intuit
  • Published 2007
Software maintenance consumes around 70% of the software life cycle. Improving software maintainability could save software developers significant time and money. This paper examines whether the pattern of dependency injection significantly reduces dependencies of modules in a piece of software, therefore making the software more maintainable. This hypothesis is tested with 20 sets of open source projects from sourceforge.net, where each set contains one project that uses the pattern of… CONTINUE READING
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