Practically Groovy, Reduce code noise with Groovy

Find out how Groovy frees you to focus on the important aspects of coding

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Scott Hickey

Date archived: April 19, 2017 | First published: September 19, 2006

Groovy's concise syntax frees developers from typical Java™ constructs that are required for code compilation but don't facilitate expressing what a program is really trying to accomplish. In this revival of the Practically Groovy series, Groovy developer and guest columnist J. Scott Hickey walks you through a series of comparisons between normal Java code and the same Groovy code to show you how this exciting language frees you to focus on the important aspects of coding.

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