Over at TSS, we posted an interesting little article on Google Guice and the SpringSource IoC Container.
It's lots of personal insight and experience with regards to Spring and Guice. Maybe some of the newer Spring 3.0 features will allay some of the concerns with Spring mentioned here. Regardless, the article focusses more on where Spring development is at, as opposed to where it's going.
The author of that article is clearly biased in favor of Google Guice, which is a pitty.
Some good points though, but the arguments are pretty one-sided.
The article would be better if the 'comparison' to Spring was dropped altogether and its focus was soley on Guice.
If want to compare two technologies do so objectively, or not at all.
Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.
subject: Comparing Google Guice and Spring Ioc Containers