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Polyglot Gradle with Node.js and Play

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

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In this session I’ll provide you insights into lessons learnt during my one-year long Node.js journey and demonstrate solutions developed along the way. Following this I'll talk about "Polyglot Gradle" concept, what it means for me, why I find it a useful and how far (or whether) you should consider it.

What has Gradle, Node.js, Play and martial arts have in common?

As it turns out, a lot, depending on how you approach them. Automating Node.js CI processes is not as easy as it sounds and I tried several approaches before settling on Gradle as a key component in a combination of tools. So in this session I’ll provide you insights into lessons learnt during my one-year long Node.js journey and demonstrate solutions developed along the way.

Following this I'll talk about "Polyglot Gradle" concept, what it means for me, why I find it a useful and how far (or whether) you should consider it. Come to learn from my experience and make your automations a real breeze! Above all, let’s have a good discussion about new ways to develop Gradle plugins in the future.

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Polyglot Gradle with Node.js and Play

Evgeny Goldin

Evgeny Goldin is a Java and Groovy developer who turned into a build, release and deployment engineer to introduce an order where chaos usually reigns.

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In this session I’ll provide you insights into lessons learnt during my one-year long Node.js journey and demonstrate solutions developed along the way. Following this I'll talk about "Polyglot Gradle" concept, what it means for me, why I find it a useful and how far (or whether) you should consider it.

What has Gradle, Node.js, Play and martial arts have in common?

As it turns out, a lot, depending on how you approach them. Automating Node.js CI processes is not as easy as it sounds and I tried several approaches before settling on Gradle as a key component in a combination of tools. So in this session I’ll provide you insights into lessons learnt during my one-year long Node.js journey and demonstrate solutions developed along the way.

Following this I'll talk about "Polyglot Gradle" concept, what it means for me, why I find it a useful and how far (or whether) you should consider it. Come to learn from my experience and make your automations a real breeze! Above all, let’s have a good discussion about new ways to develop Gradle plugins in the future.

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Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Polyglot Gradle with Node.js and Play

Evgeny Goldin

Evgeny Goldin is a Java and Groovy developer who turned into a build, release and deployment engineer to introduce an order where chaos usually reigns.