We will, during the autumn deliver the Gradleware session in both Sweden and Norway and it will be delivered by the Gradle founder Hans Dockter and Szczepan Faber.
Gradle is the award winning*, Open Source licensed, build system based around the notion “There is no one-size-fits-all process for builds, finding, describing and automating your process is what matters."
Growing number of Gradle customers
Project automation is essential to the success of software projects. It should be straight-forward, easy and fun to implement. Gradle build system is used by a growing number of companies and projects including Carrier, EADS, Hibernate, Grails, Groovy, Spring-Security and Spring-Integration. Gradle's surrounding eco-system, such as Hudson/Jenkins, Nexus, Artifactory, Eclipse, Ant and Maven are used by a majority of all enterprise Java based organisations.
"We are very excited to get the opportunity to work with Gradleware and to deliver one of the more interesting training sessions this year. I believe that Gradle is representing the future for building Java enterprise solutions." says Benneth Christiansson, Curriculum Manager, Redpill Linpro.
"Redpill Linpro was the obvious choice for us when approaching the Nordics both based on their long and extensive experience of delivering training as well as their reputation of being the leading enterprise Java house with an Open Source focus, in the Nordics." says Hans Dockter, Gradle founder, and Gradleware CEO.
*Most Innovative Product/Project 2010 SpringOne, Chicago
For more information please contact:
Benneth Christiansson, Curriculum Manager, tel: +46 768 863 874, e-mail: email@example.com
Gradleware is a technical service and support company focused on streamlining enterprise software automation and helping companies accelerate their time to market. Gradleware has offices in the U.S., Germany, Australia, Poland and Austria. Amongst its employees are outstanding innovators like Szczepan Faber, founder and lead of Mockito and Peter Niederwieser, founder and lead of the Spock testing framework.