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16 Jul, 2009

Presenting a Groovy/Griffon talk

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

I’ve been asked by my friend and co-worker Manfred Moser to give a presentation at next month’s Vancouver Island Java user’s group meeting, and silly me I said yes before remembering that speaking in front of people always makes me feel quesy and light-headed. Thanks Manfred for the kind invitation; I’ll do my best to […]

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16 Jul, 2009

Going old school – Apache Camel mailing lists ftw!

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

I’ve been learning a lot about Apache Camel at work recently and am so very glad that I signed up for the mailing list a couple of weeks back. Was scratching my head recently about why my headers were mysteriously disappearing from some messages and fortunately I read the mailing list before deep diving into […]

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14 Apr, 2009

Groovy and Bash – can scripting get much easier?

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

The ability to execute pretty much any bash statement embedded in a Groovy script is great, don’t get me wrong, but with the advent of Grape – and provided that you’re an Ivy/Maven user – adding the abilities of just about any Java library to your scripting language is easy. So what does Groovy add […]

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