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There are certain ways to write Java that are both more expressive and clever (and therefore more fun), as well as more dangerous in terms of future maintenance. Various dependency injection frameworks - e.g. Guice - are known for introducing some "magic" into Java code that sometimes may exceed the tolerance threshold of less experienced programmers.



>Various dependency injection frameworks - e.g. Guice - are known for introducing some "magic" into Java code that sometimes may exceed the tolerance threshold of less experienced programmers.

A lot of "dependency injection" BS can also exceed the tolerance threshold of more experienced programmers.


It depends :)




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