Groovy Weekly #14

This week is a Spanish week! The Groovy community is moving towards Madrid (Spain) for the Greach conference, to talk about Groovy, Grails, Gradle, Spock, GrooScript, GPars, Gaelyk and more! Enjoy the conference, for the lucky ones attending, and otherwise, have fun reading the news below.

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Groovy Weekly #13

Hot on the heels of the Java 8 general availability good news, let’s have a look at the latest news of our beloved Groovy community!

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  • Baruch Sadogursky discusses creating DSLs which support plugins written both in Groovy or Java, addressing good public API design practices, security, and classpath isolation. Presentation given at SpringOne2GX 2013

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Groovy Weekly #12

What can I tell you for this twelveth week? The Groovy ecosystem is still looking for students for the Google Summer of Code program, so if you know students that could be interested, please pass the message. Also notice the nice release train of Grails with its recent 2.2 / 2.3 / 2.4 releases, congrats to the team!

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Groovy Weekly #11

This is a bit of a special day for me today, as it’s my first daughter’s birthday, who just reached 6, a much younger age than my 10 years involvement in Groovy! And after eating a home-made vanilla French yogurt birthday cake, I’m happy to share with you the following news bits, in particular the nice releases of Groovy 2.2.2, of the first milestone of Grails 2.4, as well as of Ratpack 0.9.2.

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Groovy Weekly #10

Vacations won’t stop me from updating you about all the latest developments in the Groovy community! In this short introduction, I’d like to bring your attention to the fact that the Groovy ecosystem got accepted as an organization for the Google Summer of Code program. So if you are a student, or know students, or engineering schools, universities, etc, interested in contributing to projects of the Groovy ecosystem, please don’t hesitate to spread the word!

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