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Oct 21, 2008
Portland Java User Group (PJUG) Monthly Meeting: Using Groovy to Unit Test Java Code
Oracle (Downtown Campus)

Topic: Using Groovy to Unit Test Java Code As you know, Groovy is a slick scripting... er, dynamic language that integrates very well with the Java platform and Java technologies. This presentation will go over a way to introduce Groovy into your organization and programming environment via unit testing. After a brief introduction to the language, we'll go over why Groovy can make unit testing easier. Speaker: Howard Abrams Howard jumped on the Java bandwagon during the last millennium and has been working with Groovy off an on for a few years. He currently works for Cordys supporting their business automation process software.

Jul 24, 2011
OSCON JVM Language Symposium
Oregon Convention Center

OSCON JVM Language Symposium

Sunday, July 24, 2011 from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PT)

Portland, OR


Registration required.

The OSCON JVM Language Symposium is a free, open-spaces conference for implementers and users of different languages on the Java Virtual Machine. We will have several of the biggest names in JVM languages in attendance, and an open format where you can propose and lead sessions, or simply hang out and hack on a new or interesting language idea. This means we will have no planned agenda for the conference and it will be decided by the attendees.

Some of the languages you can expect to learn about include: Scala, Clojure, Groovy, JRuby, Fantom, Gosu, and (insert your favorite JVM language here).

This is a free event happening the Sunday before OSCON Java (registration for the OSCON Java conference is not required).

We are holding this in the OSCON Java space at the Oregon Convention Center, so we will have plenty of space to hack and collaborate.