Github user jeme commented on the issue:
    > It sounds like you are not too familiar with dependency injection (which 
is why I am following this approach), and although you can certainly get by 
without it, it is definitely something every developer should know going 
forward. I was reluctant to read up on DI at first and wasn't sure that doing 
so would be worth the time, but ever since I read Dependency Injection in .NET, 
it has forever changed the way I write code. And out of dozens of books that I 
have read there are very few I can say have accomplished that. But as they say, 
you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make them drink - do as you will 
    I don't know how you would get that idea? I have been usiing IoC/DI for 
years, often but not always paired with a IoC Container.

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