Groovy Baby, Yeah!

groovybabyWorking in mostly M$ shops in the past 10 years or so, coupled with my home projects in the functional languages, I don’t get to do much with Java or the JVM anymore.  But today, it was treated to my first experience in programming in Groovy.  The tool that I use to test SOAP web services, SoapUI, is built upon Java and uses the Groovy as embedded scripting language to manipulate the testing environment.

I must say that it is a pretty neat.  Just using it as a scripting language seem to be natural, almost like Python or Ruby. Even though I did not use any advanced features such as closures, builders, or regular expressions, I hope that I can give it a try some time.

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