Conferences

GR8Conf EU 2019 Recap

It’s been a week since GR8Conf EU 2019 is over, so it is the right time to write some recap of this outstanding event. It was my first time at GR8Conf, both as a speaker and an attendee. I spent an awesome six days in the beautiful city of Copenhagen, and I brought a lot of good memories back home. I want to share them with you in this short blog post. Enjoy reading!

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Conferences

GR8Conf EU 2019 - what can you expect from my talks?

GR8Conf EU 2019 starts precisely in 13 days (on May 27th). Each year Copenhagen becomes a heart of Groovy vibrant community for 3 days. The conference offers both talks and workshops, focused on Groovy related topics such as upcoming Groovy 3 release, building DSLs, using Micronaut in the cloud-native environment, or testing applications with Spock and Geb, to name a few. And that’s not even a quarter of great stuff you can expect from it. This year you can also attend one of my three talks I’m going to deliver.

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Ratpack Cookbook

Using the same prefix with different HTTP methods in Ratpack

Ratpack is an excellent tool for building RESTful[1] applications. However, to benefit most of it, we need to know the tool a little bit better. It applies to Ratpack handler’s mechanism - it is much different compared to what we have learned by using many popular MVC frameworks. In today’s blog post I would like to show you a relatively simple example that confused many newcomers.

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Ratpack Cookbook

Ratpack on GraalVM - how to start?

The journey inside the exciting world of GraalVM continues. Today I would like to share with you results of running Ratpack on GraalVM experiment. You are going to learn how to build a native binary of a simple "Hello, World!" Ratpack application. In the end we are going to run some benchmarks to see if running GraalVM executable produces better results than running JAR on a regular Oracle JDK.

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