When discovering that I’m a keen advocate of Groovy, people sometimes ask … “but why Groovy?” To me, if there’s a job to be done, it shouldn’t always have to be done the same way you would’ve always typically done it, particularly if there is a more interesting and efficient way. The Groovy language is uber-Java, without much of the ugly. It let’s you get straight to your issue of solving a problem, without having to boiler plate up some classes to compile.
So here we are, I’m not certain what has triggered me to get this out into the world, but I’ve been consuming various technical blogs for so long that it is probably time to share my travails and intrigues that might help someone in their own journey. Jason Roberts of Techzing often refers to what he calls the Luck Surface Area and I couldn’t agree more with the premise. So, in the coming posts I hope to provide some of my own insights for various programming related topics with the Groovy language certainly being my chief source of motivation currently.