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Groovy: Best Practices Developed From Distributed Polyglot Programming
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by Jonathan Felch on Jul 07, 2010 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco Nov 3-7, Join us!
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Summary
Jonathan Felch discusses Groovy starting with its initial manifesto, its major features, language’s capabilities from a financial perspective and lessons learned in an actual project, Groovy’s main dynamic and meta-programming features and the power of using them together, ending with a look at what is not so great or not working as it is supposed in Groovy.

Bio

Jonathan Felch has worked as a programmer, a project manager, an enterprise architect, a high-tech venture capitalist, a desk quant for quantitative trading strategies for companies like Credit Suisse, Lehman Brothers, Paloma Partners, and NASDAQ. Currently, he is Quantitative Portfolio Manager at E. H. Smith Jacobs.

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