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Design Your Own DSL with Groovy
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| by Guillaume Laforge on Mar 26, 2010 |

Guillaume Laforge explains what makes Groovy to be better suited to create a DSL: closures, meta-programming, operator overloading, named arguments, a concise and expressive syntax, demonstrating how to write a DSL in Groovy.

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Guillaume Laforge is Head of Groovy Development for SpringSource, specification leader of JSR-241 which controls the development of the Groovy language, and a frequent conference speaker at JavaOne, SpringOne, QCon, the Sun TechDays, and JavaPolis. He has co-authored “Groovy in Action” and founded G2One which was later acquired by SpringSource.

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