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In addition to the official Groovy news below, you may also want= to check out=20
The latest Groovy Weekly column is out, in its 8th edition:
The 6th edition of the Groovy Weekly column is out!
The Groovy Weekly 5th edition is out!<= /p>
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 downl= oads in 2012 up to 3 million in 2013!=20
The "Groovy Weekly" column has launched!
On a weekly basis, you'll be able to get all the latest news, fi= ltered and categorized, about the Groovy ecosystem, with informati= on 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 anno= unced 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<= /strong>.
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 ab= out this weekly column!
And on behalf of the Groovy team, we'd like to wish you a very G= roovy New Year!
Hot on the heels of the release of our new major release of Groovy 2.2.0= , we're delivering a first bug fix release with Groovy 2.2.1.
As a refresher, be sure to have a look at the release notes for= Groovy 2.2.0 to remember the various improvements and en= hancements that got integrated.
Some fixes didn't make it in the RC phase, and additional further fixes = appeared upon wider usage of 2.2.0 in the wild. Those fixes cover various a= reas, such as issues with Groovysh, a couple VerifyErrors, some fixes to ou= r AST transformations, a problem with the new implicit closure coercion mec= hanism. For more details, you can have a look at the full JIRA release notes.
And go download Groovy 2.2.1!
Thanks a lot for your attention and your contributions.=20
This is with great pleasure that the Groovy team is announcing today the= release of Groovy 2.2, the latest version of the Groovy p= rogramming language.
Groovy 2.2 features:
Then download Groovy 2.2 while it's hot!
Thanks a lot to all the users, contributors, developers who contributed = to that release!=20
Read more News on the Groovy Blog=20
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