Executing on the “ Side Project”
Why Grails?

 Finishing the “ side project”
 Staying motivated
 Adding features quickly
 Getting it deployed
 First e...
A History of Groovyblogs

 Started at 20 hour challenge in Jan 07
 Slimtimer provided
 Originally deployed on Tomcat
 ...
Basic Architecture
Why Glassfish?

 Fantastic Admin console
 Great JMS Provider
 JNDI Data Sources (Easy)
 Robust (zero maintenance)
 Gr...
Further Info

 http://blogs.bytecode.com.au/glen
 Twitter on glen_a_smith
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Groovyblogs

  1. 1. Executing on the “ Side Project”
  2. 2. Why Grails?  Finishing the “ side project”  Staying motivated  Adding features quickly  Getting it deployed  First experiences (SMS Gateway)
  3. 3. A History of Groovyblogs  Started at 20 hour challenge in Jan 07  Slimtimer provided  Originally deployed on Tomcat  Migrated to Glassfish as architecture grew
  4. 4. Basic Architecture
  5. 5. Why Glassfish?  Fantastic Admin console  Great JMS Provider  JNDI Data Sources (Easy)  Robust (zero maintenance)  Grails support was excellent from the start
  6. 6. Further Info  http://blogs.bytecode.com.au/glen  Twitter on glen_a_smith

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