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We use the Test task in Gradle to run tests. If we use the System.out.println or System.err.println methods in our test we don't see the output when we execute the tests....
Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. Pre...

Grails Diary - Week 42 in 2014 Grails Diary

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After last weeks release frenzy, this has been a quiet week in the community. Søren Glasius from the GR8conf crew is working on the new version of groovyblogs.org. It should soon be read...
Repeatable finder (concurrency issue described in part 2) is what started/motivated this series. I had hoped that that this issue will draw some reaction from the community. It did not. Why? Tallying ...

Groovy Weekly #41 [ Guillaume Laforge ]

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Along with some valuable releases like the first release candidate of Gradle 2.2, there are interesting links on the topic of the Groovy Android story, as well as new glimpse on AST macros and AST pat...
The Apache Camel team recently released version 2.14, their 66th release. Camel is an open-source integration framework that provides components based on the popular enterprise integration patterns. I...
SENIOR GROOVY/JAVA DEVELOPER Bonial International ...
Gradle uses the name build.gradle as the default name for a build file. If we write our build code in a file build.gradle then we don't have to specify the build filename when we run tasks. We can cre...

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