Groovy Weekly #67

No big focus this week in the editorial, but as in the previous edition, I’d like to remind you about the following infrastructure changes, as we move the Groovy project through the incubation process at Apache: the JIRA issue tracker has moved, and don’t forget that the Groovy mailing-lists are also moving. The novelty this week is that the Apache Git repository is now the new mainline, but you can contribute pull requests on the Apache Groovy Github mirror.

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Devoxx Presentations

I had the pleasure of presenting 3 talks at Devoxx France last week (plus the Cast Codeurs podcast live recording), and I wanted to share with you the slides of those presentations.
The Groovy release process (with Cédric Champeau and Frédéric Simon)
Groovy with style
Machine Learning introduction (French) (with Didier Girard)

Groovy Weekly #66

We’re only mid April but what a year it’s been so far! From Groovy & Grails’ loss of funding, leading Grails to a new home at Object Computing Inc. and Groovy at the Apache Software Foundation, to Guillaume Laforge joining Restlet and Cédric joining GradleWare. Against all odds, Groovy released its 2.4 version with the Android support, and the big 3.0 release of Grails saw the light of day. And on another personal note… I’ve finished my first marathon! What’s next for the rest of the year?


With the Greach conference just over, there’s a lot of great and groovy content available in the presentations section! Take your time to have a look at this impressive lineup and interesting material.


Speaking of conferences, rush to buy early bird tickets for GR8Conf Europe! You only have till tomorrow!


As in the previous edition, I’d like to remind you about the following infrastructure changes, as we move the Groovy project through the incubation process at Apache: the JIRA issue tracker has moved, and don’t forget that the Groovy mailing-lists are also moving.

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Groovy Weekly #65

I hope you all had a Groovy Easter, with baskets full of eggs and chocolate!


Little update on the Groovy infrastructure, as the project moves into incubation at Apache, the JIRA issue tracker has moved, and don’t forget that the Groovy mailing-lists are also moving.

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Groovy Weekly #64

Today marks the end of the sponsorship of the Groovy and Grails projects by Pivotal. The projects are now turning a new page in their lives. For Groovy, the project is going to wear some feathers, with joining the Apache Software Foundation. And Grails is releasing its major 3.0 version.


With Groovy’s move to Apache, it’s important to notice that the Groovy mailing-lists are moving. You must subscribe to the new mailing-lists at Apache, as we won’t force-subscribe people, so you’ll have to opt-in to these new lists.


Last but not least, Groovy has been submitted for nomination for the JAX 2015 innovation award, so we encourage you to vote for Groovy for the JAX innovation award!

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