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Learing Groovy

 
gobburi saikrishna
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Hello Ranchers

iam new to Groovy, what is the best way to start learning groovy, i know java, can anyone suggest me good tutorials to learn groovy

Thanks in Advance

Saikrishna
 
David Newton
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Have you tried the Groovy website? Or searched the web for "Groovy tutorials"? There are hundreds, if not thousands, of available resources.
 
andrew ennamorato
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The IBM DeveloperWorks series (by Scott Davis) on Groovy is pretty good.
I'd also suggest his book "Groovy Recipes: Greasing the Wheels of Java" or Venkat Subramanian's book on Groovy.
 
Yellapa Adepu
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I am also beginning with Groovy, I liked this. It may help you as well..

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/tutorials/j-groovy/

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YA
 
jyoti vatsa
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Hi,

Did you get the training you were looking for? see if this helps.

SpringSource offers Groovy&Grails classroom training.(http://www.springsource.com)

If you want the training in India, their Certified partner- SpringPeople is offering the same training, check it out at: http://www.springpeople.com/courses/regular/grv-001.php

 
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