Groovy Weekly #40

No big highlight this week, but still plenty to learn from!

We have some minor releases, interesting articles on Spock, on how to leverage traits with Geb, some thoughts on reactive programming, new demos and tutorials for GrooScript.

And we can wish a happy birthday to the GR8 Ladies!

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Back from JavaOne

After some trouble getting to San Francisco because of strikes, transportation issues, burnt control tower, and more... I managed to land to JavaOne! I missed my own first talk and I was glad and grateful that Cédric could present it for me.

At JavaOne, the Groovy project received the award from ZeroTurnaround / RebelLabs, for the "Best Tech - Geek Choice Award" :

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Youpi mon projet a reçu un prix de l'innovation ! Très fier de ce que mon équipe a accompli !

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And at the famous "Script Bowl" competition, I managed to get on the first place of the podium, along with the Clojure representative, showing Groovy traits, Groovy on Android, and GrooScript transpiling Groovy into JavaScript.

And last but not least, my presentation slides...

Groovy on Android at DroidCon Paris 2014

I was very honored to be able to speak about Groovy at DroidCon Paris 2014 a couple of weeks ago. It was really great to spend time with the Android community and learn more about their needs, pain points, and more.

The video of the presentation is available below:

And you can find the slides here too:

Groovy Weekly #39

Back from JavaOne, where the Groovy project received its “Best Tech - Geek Choice Awards” from ZeroTurnaround, and where it win the Script Bowl competion this year again!

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Groovy Weekly #38

Here’s a short column this week, a bit in advance, as I’m flying to JavaOne tomorrow to spread the Groovy truth!

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