My previous article A sneak peek into Groovy++ covered what Groovy++ is, what are the pros and cons of using it, where it fits compared to Groovy and Java and...
4 replies - 12030 views - 02/07/10 by Roshan Dawrani in Articles
I'm in the process of porting a Windows Mobile application to the iPhone for a local company. The existing Windows Mobile application uses a local database...
5 replies - 9372 views - 02/05/10 by Gregg Bolinger in Articles
In this article we’ll review how dynamic classloaders are used in
real servers, containers and frameworks to reload Java classes and
4 replies - 15587 views - 01/23/10 by Dave Booth in Articles
Well known in the Java community for his many published articles, and
as author of the Java Power Tools book, John Smart has agreed to fly over from New...
0 replies - 1670 views - 01/04/10 by Wendy Devolder in Announcements
Inforama is a Java based Document Automation system which allows document templates to be created quickly and easily using OpenOffice. Templates are populated...
0 replies - 1372 views - 12/16/09 by Val Cassidy in Announcements
I recently had the opportunity to interview Dave Klein, the author of DZone's Getting Started with Grails Refcard and Grails: A Quick-Start Guide
0 replies - 12000 views - 12/14/09 by Matt Stine in Articles
Every year, the main reason why I go to Devoxx is to discover new
stuff. For me it’s all about technology watch. The internet and RSS
feeds are my main...
0 replies - 11684 views - 11/29/09 by Sebastien Arbogast in News
Gant is a tool for scripting Ant tasks using Groovy instead of XML to
specify the logic. A Gant specification is a Groovy script and so can
bring all the...
0 replies - 932 views - 10/13/09 by Russel Winder in Announcements
0 replies - 7522 views - 10/06/09 by Dan Clark in Book Reviews
Following on from the success in
previous years, Skills Matter is pleased to organise another Groovy &
Grails eXchange. We hope to bring together...
1 replies - 1077 views - 09/07/09 by Wendy Devolder in Announcements
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The Strange Loop conference is
a unique software developer conference in St. Louis featuring excellent
speakers and a wide variety of languages and...
0 replies - 7964 views - 08/28/09 by Alex Miller in News
0 replies - 3834 views - 08/22/09 by Erico Marineli in Uncategorized
dotCMS now runs Ruby, Python, PHP,
Enterprise class wCMS give web
developers breakthrough flexibility
0 replies - 2124 views - 08/18/09 by Will Ezell in Announcements
At Intient we've been working on an Apache 2.0 licensed project we call 'Nimble' for the past few months and we'd like to share it with all of you.
0 replies - 3195 views - 08/14/09 by Bradley Beddoes in Announcements
5 replies - 8931 views - 08/05/09 by Matt Stine in Book Reviews
Burton Group has just published the overview I authored titled The New Era of Programming Languages. This is a timely document. The Tiobe Programming...
0 replies - 16065 views - 06/18/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in News
Walking out of the Moscone Center into the early evening air of San Francisco, it was hard to believe that JavaOne 2009 was over. Sure I'd spent four long days...
4 replies - 4279 views - 06/16/09 by Burk Hufnagel in Articles
This article covers more technical sessions, the Wednesday afternoon General Session on Mobility, and a couple of BOFs.First up is "Extreme GUI...
2 replies - 3633 views - 06/09/09 by Burk Hufnagel in Articles