New version of Groovy cozies up to Java, SQL

January 6, 2010

[From InfoWorld]

A new version of the Groovy programming language aims to make life easier for programmers who work with Java and SQL, the language's developers note.

Last month SpringSource, a division of VMware, and the community of volunteer developers behind Groovy released a new version of the dynamically compiled language. New features include some old Java functionality that may help Java programmers work more easily with Groovy. It also includes some additions that ease the burden of working with SQL-based databases.

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