Blog from January, 2014

The 6th edition of the Groovy Weekly column is out!

Get the latest news of the Groovy ecosystem.

The Groovy Weekly 5th edition is out!

The big news of this edition is probably the ongoing success of Groovy, demonstrated by the tremendous growth in downloads for Groovy, from 1.7 million downloads in 2012 up to 3 million in 2013!

Here's the fourth edition of our Groovy Weekly column, full of news of the Groovy ecosystem!
Don't forget you can contribute to this weekly column of Groovy news, and that you can subscribe through a newsletter to get the news directly delivered to your inbox.
The third Groovy Weekly column and the first for the new year has just been published:
Don't forget you can contribute to this weekly column of Groovy news, and that you can subscribe through a newsletter to get the news directly delivered to your inbox.

The "Groovy Weekly" column has launched!

On a weekly basis, you'll be able to get all the latest news, filtered and categorized, about the Groovy ecosystem, with information such as the latest releases, upcoming events, news about various projects of the Groovy world, job postings, interesting tweets or mailing-list posts, and more. If you want to get up-to-date on everything Groovy, that's what you'll have to read!

The first two editions have been published here:

Note that going forward, as we're working on a redesigned Groovy website, the blog posts will likely migrate to the future Groovy blog instead.

The release of the column should take place every week, and will be announced via different means: mailing-list, tweeter, Google+, and on this blog. But if you prefer to receive this information directly in your inbox, you can subscribe to the Groovy Weekly newsletter.

Also, this column is yours! If you want to contribute news items, don't hesitate to do so via the contribution form.

We're looking forward to hearing about your feedback about this weekly column!

And on behalf of the Groovy team, we'd like to wish you a very Groovy New Year!