Friday 8th June, 2012
1:15pm to 2:45pm
This half-day workshop will bring you up to speed on the specifics of the Groovy programming language. We'll touch on most of the major features of the language, from collections and closures to builders, AST transformations, and metaprogramming. Specific examples will cover topics from Groovy itself and will be supported by unit and integration tests and built using Gradle.
Featured topics will include: collections, closures, operator overloading, scripts and classes, unit and integration testing, AST transformations, parsing and building both XML and JSON, and working with SQL. If time is available, other projects from the Groovy ecosystem, like Gradle, Spock, and GPars, will be included.
A minimum comfort level with Java is assumed. Some exposure to Groovy would be helpful but not required.
Software trainer and developer, NFJS speaker, and author of Making Java Groovy
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