Excerpt: Are you tired of seeing examples of CoffeeMakers? Have you ever wondered if you really need that provides method? Want to learn how to inject something besides Thermosiphon?
This talk will cover real life patterns and use cases for Dagger 2 as it’s implemented in the New York Times newsreader app. We’ll compare the Dagger Way with its unwieldy alternative and dive into project organization, simplicity in testing, object graphs, and how to never forget to save/restore your intent extras. This talk is a great sequel to Dan Lew’s talk on Dependency Injection Made Simple.
Bio: Mike’s an Android architect at the New York Times who adores reactive programming and performance tuning. In his free time, he enjoys writing about Android architecture, checking his email compulsively to see if he’s been featured in Android Weekly, and stretching out by the pool with a nice trace file.