F/A-18 Hornet by Lindsay Peacock

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It is full of amazing people. I learned something everyday and enjoyed a camaraderie I’ve never felt in a company before. The engineering culture is strong, and an inspired engineer couldn’t ask for a better place to work. The results are amazing. While I was there, I was fortunate enough to work with many amazing people, which makes narrowing down the following list particularly difficult. I thank Tim Morrow, Rodney Barlow, Andy Chan, Rob Roland, Paul Snively, Phil Dixon, and Jody Mulkey for their guidance, friendship, and support.

Getting Beans from the IoC Container To get a declared bean from a bean factory or an application context, you just make a call to the getBean() method and pass in the unique bean name. Object, so you have to cast it to its actual type before using it. getBean("sequenceGenerator"); Up to this step, you are free to use the bean just like any object you created using a constructor. getSequence()); } } If everything is fine, you should see the following sequence numbers output, along with some logging messages that you might not be interested in: 30100000A 30100001A 1-2.

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