Monthly Archives: November 2007

Refactr Contributions to Grails and Groovy

Post by Scott Vlaminck

I’ve still been working with Groovy Builders in my free time lately. With quite a bit of help from Andres Almiray to refactor my builder example to use Groovy’s FactoryBuilderSupport, ObjectGraphBuilder was contributed to Groovy core about a month ago. … Continue reading

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Kindle: No more books? Not quite yet.

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Amazon’s new Kindle looks really interesting to me. I like to read in bed before going to sleep, but it drives me crazy if I’m on my side – I end up turning over (and back) with almost every page … Continue reading

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With Power Comes Responsibility

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Last night’s panel discussion “The Language Debate” hosted by OTUG was fun. There was a lot of good discussion both during the panel and after the event. Charles Nutter, Robert Fischer, and Paul Cantrell were all great panelists. One thing … Continue reading

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Dynamic and Static Language Smackdown!

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Thursday, Thursday, THURSDAY! At the O’Shaughnessy Science Hall! See your favorite dynamic language take on the statics! Ok, actually, The Object Technology User Group is hosting a panel discussion titled “The Language Debate: Panel Discussion on Dynamic and Static Type … Continue reading

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