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Learn all about Groovy and Grails at the 2GX conference, Reston, VA

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Learn all about Groovy and Grails at the 2GX conference, Reston, VA

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If you want to learn everything about Groovy and Grails, get in touch with all the projects committers and contributors, and have a great time, you should definitely not miss the Groovy / Grails Experience that will take place in Reston, VA, USA -- February 21 - 23, 2008

There's a pretty impressive list of speakers, and the session schedule looks pretty tasty. It's the best opportunity to get the right information straight from the horse's mouth. A lot of topics will be covered, ranging from introductions to Groovy / Grails up to more advanced topics like DSLs, design patterns in dynamic languages, Java integration, Swing UIs, GORM, and more.

The conference is on February 21st-23rd, so there's not much time left to get ready and register. But courtesy of G2One, the Groovy/Grails professional services company, and NFJS, if you register with the promo code 2gx2008g2one, you'll even get a $150 discount!

Groovy and Grails have recently been coined as the technologies to learn in 2008, this conference will help you get started.

So with Groovy 1.5 and Grails 1.0 released in the previous weeks and months, and the 2GX conference, you're going to rock in 2008!

 

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