Groovy Weekly #70

Last week, Codehaus has gone the way of the dodo. The lights are switching off. A page is turning.


So please remember about our 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 Apache Git repository is now the new mainline, but you can contribute pull requests on the new Apache Groovy Github mirror. Be sure to update all your bookmarks, and register on the new mailing-list!


Beside that, there’s one particular item in the news below that I’d like to highlight here, that’s the great and thourough presentation on Spock. If you want to learn the latest and greatest about Spock 1.0, that’s the slide deck you must have a look at!

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  • The Gradle summit early bird ends Friday

Groovy Weekly #69

Groovy Weekly skipped a beat as I was very busy: I was very fortunate to spend my last week in California for various meetings, plus being a keynote speaker at JFrog’s SwampUp conference in Napa Valley. I had the chance to speak again about the Groovy release process and its history (based on my recent Devoxx talk).


Congrats to the Gradle team for releasing Gradle 2.4 with much faster builds!


Hurry up to register to GR8Conf Europe 2015, as registration closes on May 15th! Hurry up, and join the Groovy ecosystem fans gathering!


Reminder about our 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 Apache Git repository is now the new mainline, but you can contribute pull requests on the new Apache Groovy Github mirror. Be sure to update all your bookmarks, and register on the new mailing-list!

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Groovy Weekly #68

Remember the Android support of Groovy 2.4? Well, the new New York Times Android application, written in Groovy and using RxJava is now live! If a hugely popular Android app is leveraging Groovy, yours can too!


With Groovy’s move to the Apache Software Foundation, don’t forget to star the new Groovy Github repository!


Don’t miss the interesting interviews of Jeff Brown and Guillaume Laforge.


Reminder about our 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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  • The NetBeans team recorded a screencast about Minecraft Forge showcasing its Gradle support

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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)
 
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