[Webtest] [Announces] Agile 2006, Groovy in Action
Tue, 16 May 2006 07:46:47 -0700
thanks for the plug as well ;-)
When visiting the Groovy book page on the Manning site please go
in order to support Groovy at the Manning statistics. This is
a little grails application that reroutes to Manning setting
a referer and counting your visit.
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> Subject: [Webtest] [Announces] Agile 2006, Groovy in Action
> I've just discovered that Paul King ("our" Paul King, Webtest =
> will hold 2 tutorials about Webtest in the coming Agile Conference
> (Minneapolis, July 23-28) [1, 2]. (Paul, Lisa, you could have told us
> earlier! ;-))
> Paul, can you tell a bit more about your tutorials? The conference is =
> yet sold out and perhaps will some subscribers of this mailing=20
> list want to
> go to your tutorials to get information from the source.
> And while I'm announcing: the early draft of the first chapter of =
> K=C3=B6nig's ("our" Dierk K=C3=B6nig, Webtest project manager) book =
> in Action"
> is now available! 
> Groovy is a really nice scripting language for the Java Virtual=20
> Machine. It
> can be very effectively used in conjunction with WebTest to extend its
>  http://www.agile2006.org
>  http://www.agile2006.org/ProgramLayout-2006-04-01.pdf
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