A new update for the dynamic JVM language has arrived, ushering in concurrency framework GPars as well as important features.
Embracing the multicore age is key for Java and Groovy developers. GPars’ first full version will guide you along the way
Java 8 will bring lambda function and closures to the Java-verse. These tools will revolutionize programming using Java, leading to shorter more declarative code. But how can we prepare ourselves for this? Are closures actually the most important thing for Java ever? Russel Winder has the answers.
Václav Pech introduces us to his project GPars, an open source library designed for high-level concurrency in Groovy and Java
PLUS, incubator releases for Apache Lucy and Hama.
Just one week left to nominate your favourite technology, company, organisation or individual for the JAX Innovation Awards.
PLUS, two exciting keynotes from Dan North and Michaël Chaize.
First jury members for the JAX Innovation Awards are announced.
PLUS, DropBox turns 1.0 and rumours circulate around Android’s ‘Honeycomb’ release.
Plus, 50 new rules for CodeNarc and a beta of GPars 0.11.
GPars has reached version 0.10 GA. This version reorganises the asynchronous closure invocation functionality and features an API for defining […]
There’s something of a buzz around Groovy++ at the moment. With that in mind, JAXenter caught up with Groovy, Grails, and gpars committer Dierk König, to find out more about Groovy++, ahead of his Groovy-centric talks at JAX London….