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POLYGLOT GRADLE: JAVA, GROOVY, SCALA

28th October 2013 in London at The Crypt, St James Church Clerkenwell

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The "golden" times of 100% Java are gone - even on the JVM! These days, Java code is increasingly mixed with Groovy, Scala, and other languages. Join us to learn what Gradle has in store for them.

The "golden" times of 100% Java are gone - even on the JVM! These days, Java code is increasingly mixed with Groovy, Scala, and other languages. Join us to learn what Gradle has in store for them.

Using the right language for the job feels great. Using a different build tool for each language - not so much. In this session, we are going to explore Gradle's support for Java, Groovy, Scala, and other languages.

We will cover topics such as language tasks and plugins, joint compilation, incremental compilation, and targeting multiple language versions. Last but not least, we will give an outlook on what to expect from Polyglot Gradle in the future. If you are a language nerd, then this session is for you. Make sure to bring your favorite language!

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POLYGLOT GRADLE: JAVA, GROOVY, SCALA

Peter Niederwieser

Peter Niederwieser is a Principal Engineer at Gradleware. Besides developing Gradle, Peter regularly consults and teaches on Gradle-related topics.

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The "golden" times of 100% Java are gone - even on the JVM! These days, Java code is increasingly mixed with Groovy, Scala, and other languages. Join us to learn what Gradle has in store for them.

The "golden" times of 100% Java are gone - even on the JVM! These days, Java code is increasingly mixed with Groovy, Scala, and other languages. Join us to learn what Gradle has in store for them.

Using the right language for the job feels great. Using a different build tool for each language - not so much. In this session, we are going to explore Gradle's support for Java, Groovy, Scala, and other languages.

We will cover topics such as language tasks and plugins, joint compilation, incremental compilation, and targeting multiple language versions. Last but not least, we will give an outlook on what to expect from Polyglot Gradle in the future. If you are a language nerd, then this session is for you. Make sure to bring your favorite language!

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About the Speaker

POLYGLOT GRADLE: JAVA, GROOVY, SCALA

Peter Niederwieser

Peter Niederwieser is a Principal Engineer at Gradleware. Besides developing Gradle, Peter regularly consults and teaches on Gradle-related topics.