Month: June 2009

  • Groovy meliorates and dries

    Dynamic languages are very popular at this time and you probably had insight into at least one of them (Ruby, Python, Groovy). If you are bound to Java platform the best way to “be dynamic” IMHO is to work with Groovy. Apart from the http://groovy.codehaus.org/ where you can find documentation, getting started examples etc. there […]