Google Guice: probable affects on my development methodology
The question that interests me is: how to use Guice patterns in dynamic languages like Common Lisp and Ruby? For Common Lisp, I recently started studying the project Closer - a wrapper for smaller projects for AOP and uniform interfaces (and enhancements) for MOP and context oriented programming. Good stuff!
For Ruby, there are a few projects for injection of control (e.g., Needle).
I am not sure how well spreading this pattern over three programming languages will work for me, but it makes sense to put some effort into consistency.