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Groovy provides excellent faculties for architecting applications that are extensible and lend themselves to maintainability and rapid iteration. This talk will discuss how to responsibly leverage those parts of Groovy to architect modern, more-readable, less-magical applications.
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Application Architecture in Groovy
Dan Woods is a web developer who is passionate about software architecture and best practices. Dan solves software development problems using Groovy and engages the community by sharing solutions through his Twitter account, blog, and GitHub contribu