Howdy Java Enthusiasts!

We have a great presentation coming up next Thursday, 11/15. Hope you can make it. Be sure to RSVP!

Docker and Gradle

Docker combined with some modest JVM tooling can solve a lot of development problems in some very interesting ways. This talk dives into a few of those situations, and shows an example of how we have utilized Docker with Gradle in our product development. It also explores some of the other options we have to integrate Docker with JUnit/Spock tests and some of the benefits/pitfalls of this approach.

Speaker Joe McCall is a professional software engineer for Intrepid Networks in the Sanford area that has been working with Java/JVM professionally since 2011, and Groovy/Grails since 2012, both on Web and Mobiler.

https://codetown.com/profile/JoeMcCall

We’ll meet at Starter Studio, 101 S Garland Ave Suite 108, Orlando, at 6-8PM. Details and you can RSVP here

https://codetown.com/events/ojug-11-15-docker-and-gradle

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