Recursos de programación de groovy
This talk looks at the latest features in Apache Groovy in 2.5, 2.6 and 3.0. This includes new AST transformations, new macro features, the new Parrot parser and a myriad of other new miscellaneous features. The talk outlines a broad roadmap of how the new features are planned to be rolled out and the system requirements for each version including the levels of JDK 9+ support.
"Me encanta el trabajo en equipo y hacer que el cliente se sienta parte del mismo, para conseguir un grupo fuera de serie. Para ello intento ser agente de cambio en mi entorno y aplicar la mejora continua. Actualmente programo en Javascript, Angular sobre todo y Groovy, aplicando patrones de diseño y prácticas ágiles y XP como TDD. Mis inquietudes suelo contarlas en mi blog y como habitual ponente y asistente en la comunidad y en conferencias nacionales e internacionales. Full version: Desarrollador Web e Instigador Agile allá por donde voy. Educado como Ingeniero Informático, después de varias vueltas en empresas ‘líderes del sector’, conocí un conjunto de profesionales, en los que lo importante no era su status en la organización, sino hacer un código bonito. Desde ese momento empecé una nueva manera de entender la profesión. Esto hizo que en 2011 fuera cofundador de Kaleidos y crear el primer producto: Taiga. Un gestor de proyectos ágiles, hecho como reflejo de una cultura. Actualmente quiero profundizar en los valores ágiles, XP y el Software Craftmanship. He trabajado mucho y he dado charlas sobre la integración de todos los perfiles dentro del proceso de desarrollo (especialmente los de diseño). Lenguajes: Javascript, Angular, Grails, Groovy Keywords: Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Cultura, ScrumMaster, TDD, XP, Design Patterns, Taiga, Javascript, Angular, Gulp, HTML5, CSS3, React Tests, Karma, Mocha, Chai, Sinon, Protractor, Cucumber, Integración Continua Comunidades: Agile Asturias, Asturias Hacking, GDG Asturias, Agile Spain, Madriagil, SW Craftmanship Madrid, MadridJS, ALE @adelatorrefoss Todos los videos de CAS 2017 Descarga gratis la versión digital del libro de Roberto Canales “Conversaciones con CEOs y CIOs sobre Transformación Digital y Metodologías Ágiles ” Suscríbete a nuestra newsletter; Facebook; Twitter; LinkedIn
@sbglasius Groovy is a powerful, optionally typed and dynamic language, with static-typing and static compilation capabilities. It runs on the Java platform (JVM) and is in many ways a superset of Java. The learning curve for the average Java is described as a "small speed bump" while the powers are described as "Java on Steroids".
Paul King has been contributing to open source projects for nearly 30 years and is an active committer on numerous projects including Groovy, GPars and Gradle. Paul speaks at international conferences, publishes in software magazines and journals, and is a co-author of Manning’s best-seller: Groovy in Action, 2nd Edition. Core member of the Grails development team, Jeff Scott Brown, is a Principal Software Engineer with Object Computing Inc. Jeff is also a regular public speaker speaking on Groovy, Grails and other JVM related technologies at conferences all over the world.
Christian Streibl sudied Medical Informatics in Heidelberg and Heilbronn (Germany) Software Developer at DKFZ Heidelberg – Image and Signal Processing Software Developer at Swarco Traffic Systems GmbH – Traffic Lights to the Cloud Software Developer at codecentric AG - Consulting Andres is a Java/Groovy developer and Java Champion, with more than 14 years of experience in software design and development. He has been involved in web and desktop application developments since the early days of Java. His current interests include Groovy, Swing and JavaFX. He is a true believer of open source and has participated in popular projects like Groovy, Grails and DbUnit, as well as starting his own projects. Founding member and current project lead of the Griffon framework. Sergio del Amo is an experienced web and mobile developer. He likes to create products. Understand them, evolve them. He's been developing Grails Application for the past six years. Like how succinct and powerful Groovy is. He feels empowered by Grails. Since April 2015, he writes Groovy Calamari, a weekly newsletter about the Groovy Ecosystem: Grails, Geb, Gradle, Ratpack, Groovy...
Jochen Theodorou is a Committer to Groovy Core since 2005. Being paid to develop Groovy since 2007 through SpringSource, VMWare, Pivotal and others. Currently working at Canoo. Alexander (Sascha) Klein is branch manager at codecentric AG in Stuttgart, Germany. He works for more than 15 years in the java-ecosystem as developer, architect and trainer. His interests are UI-development and -ergonomy, DSL's and development efficency. He is an avowed opensource and Groovy follower, aswell and especially for enterprise projects, and Griffon commiter. Jennifer “Jenn” Strater is the co-founder of the organization Gr8Ladies. She has also organized Gr8Workshops for developers interested in an overview and crash course in Groovy technologies. She has presented on several Groovy topics at events such as the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, Greach, Gr8Conf EU, Gr8Conf US, and Devoxx Belgium. In August 2016, Jenn started in the master’s program at the Technical University of Denmark(DTU). She is studying static analysis and compilers with a focus on Groovy with funding from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
Noam Tenne: A hacker-hearted and disciplined software developer. Has been programming on the JVM for the past 14 years on both cloud based and on-premise platforms, gaining much experience in building scalable, mission critical web applications and microservices. Now making the Docker world a better place at Codefresh Inc. Every community needs a hero. For the Groovy community that hero is El Groovyssimo
Ryan is a developer at OCI on the Grails team. Formerly Chief Systems and Software Architect and Director of Products at ReachForce and Lead Architect at He has helped maintain various Grails plugins, and co-chair of the Austin Groovy and Grails User Group in Austin, TX. Co author of "Effective Gradle Implementation" Aug 2014. In the past Ryan has help design and build a Grails and Groovy and AWS Cloud SaaS solution for ReachForce for Marketing Data Management. He also built as SaaS solution for that allows rapid deployment of Developer Program portals for all kinds of companies, specializing in the mobile industry. He has also built Java and Linux based webcasting for events such as SXSW, built telecom software, and SaaS systems for the financial sector. Lee is currently the Cloud Architect at Infor, and is a technologist with a strong background in software development writing code in Java, Python, and Groovy. He has served in the architecture roles for companies like AT&T Wi-Fi Services, Borland, and Pervasive. His software development history has always had a strong eye on maintaining quality and improving process. He is an Agile pragmatist as he strives to help organizations become more effective in their technical and software development implementations while maintaining a high degree of quality. Lee has been a member of Agile Austin for many years and pursues Agility and DevOps as a couple of his driving passions in the workplace. Lee received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Southwest Texas State University. He is a Certified ScrumMaster and Trained Innovation Games Facilitator. When he’s not doing something technical, you may find him in the kitchen pursuing dreams of being an amateur chef, or spending time with his family trolling about Austin. Andrey Adamovich is a software craftsman with many years of experience in different lifecycle phases of software creation. Andrey's love is JVM ecosystem. In recent years, he tries to apply JVM goodness to DevOps initiatives his company is implementing for several clients. He is one of the authors of Groovy 2 Cookbook as well as frequent speaker at local communities and conferences.
Puneet is an experienced Groovy & Grails developer in TO THE NEW Digital who loves coding and enjoy finding optimized solutions for the problems. He's passionate about exploring new technologies and using them to solve the business needs. He recently presented in Gr8Conf India. He along with team started contributing to open source by migrating around 20 plugins to Grails 3 including Jodatime, Elasticserach, Asynchronous Mail & RabbitMQ. He has been a part of knowledge sharing team in TO THE NEW Digital. He also motivates and promotes sharing of knowledge across the whole Grails team. Hubert Klein Ikkink is also known as mrhaki. He uses this alias to write on his blog “Messages from mrhaki”. On this blog he writes short tips and tricks about Groovy features in the “Groovy Goodness” series. Hubert started to develop Java applications more than a decade ago. Six years ago he started to explore Groovy and Grails in personal projects, because of the dynamic nature of Groovy and the speed of development. Today he works with Groovy and Grails during his daytime job at JDriven in the Netherlands.
Oracle decided to give JavaFX a pure Java-API – a good one. But we have to pay the price with longer code and worse readability. GroovyFX simplifies JavaFX development, makes it nicer and more groovy. This session compares JavaFX and GroovyFX and shows how easy JavaFX development can be.