I learnt C programming from Academics. I thought to learn Groovy.To what extent should i learn Java? (like basic/advance, structs,jsp,swings,servlets, javabeans,frameworks) to get good start for ...
We're looking into improving our testing process for some of our applications, and the idea that's been put forward it to write unit tests in Groovy and automatically run them with Maven. The first ...
What class structure allows for a base class and mix/match of subclasses? (Similar to Users w/ roles)
I have a set of base characteristics, and then a number of sub-types. Each instance must be one of the sub-types, but can be multiple sub-types at once. The sub-types of each thing can change. In ...
I am sure this question has been asked many times. However, I like to ask it again with the intention of what is the future of these languages. I was first introduced to Groovy and really liked it. I ...
What is the current status of these projects, and has any one (or two) emerged as a clear leader? To demonstrate my motives for asking this question, cast your mind back several years. Prototype and ...
OK, so there are quite a few people using Java these days. But as the language nears two decades of age, it isn't exactly the coolest option out there. Many of us are excited about dynamic languages ...
I am very interested in Python for programming on the JVM, and I've worked in Java and Ruby (not JRuby) a lot, and to a certain extent in Groovy. What are the limits to the Java-Jython and Java-JRuby ...