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Hamlet D'arcy...

Hamlet D'arcy


“The Pragmatic Programmer” admonished us all to “write code that writes code”: use code generators to increase productivity and avoid duplication. Today’s language communities have clearly caught on, as more and more frameworks generate code at compile time: AST Transforms, Project Lombok, Spring Roo, Contracts for Java, Spock, GContracts, Groovy++, and more.

This session reviews these approaches including examples of how and why we’d want to do this. Come see the newest Groovy language tools, look in-depth at production deployed AST Transforms, and view libraries based on these techniques.

Audience: developers searching for cutting edge solutions to increasing team velocity.


http://soft-shake.ch/2011/conference/sessions/java/2011/08/23/code-generation.html

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    soft-shake.ch - Code Generation on the JVM: Writing Code that Writes Code soft-shake.ch - Code Generation on the JVM: Writing Code that Writes Code Presentation Transcript

    • cocktail d’expérience informatiques Genève 3 & 4 octobre 2011 Seconde édition soft-shake.chAuteur Hamlet D’ARCY Track JavaSession Code Generation on the JVM
    • http://www.slideshare.net/HamletDRC/ast-transformations-9528522