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Gradle Newsletter
February 2019

Welcome to the February 2019 newsletter.

This issue covers the new Gradle 5.2 release and the upcoming Accelerate and Optimize Apache Maven(™) Builds with Gradle Enterprise training.

From the community

Blog Posts

Plugins

Other News

  • Gradle Kotlin Converter - a new tool written by Bernardo Ferrari to help with some of the tedious steps of Gradle Kotlin DSL conversion.
  • Netbeans Support for Gradle merged - A pull request to add support for Gradle in Netbeans has been merged. Please try out the master branch on GitHub and provide feedback on GitHub before the next Netbeans release.

If you have a talk or blog post you’d like us to share in the next issue, use #gradle on Twitter or send us an email with the details to newsletter@gradle.com.

Gradle 5.2

The Gradle team recently released 5.2. This release features the newly added Java Platform Plugin, improved C++ plugins, service injection into plugins and project extensions, and more.

For users interested in using the new version, read the release notes and the upgrading from Gradle 5.X guide to see how version 5.2 may affect your build. Most of the changes in 5.2 are additions so users upgrading from 5.1 should not have to worry about breaking changes.

Maven Build Optimization Training

Last month, we had the Speed up Apache Maven Builds with Gradle Enterprise webinar to showcase some of the new features coming to Gradle Enterprise. Next month, we’re hosting the first ever Accelerate and Optimize Apache Maven(™) Builds with Gradle Enterprise training to give an in-depth demonstration of how to use Gradle Enterprise with Maven builds.

Video Resources

The following videos are available on the Gradle online training page:

Upcoming Events

Job opportunities

Gradle Inc. continues to grow. Will you help us shape the future of software automation? We’re currently looking for:

The details of these and other open positions available at gradle.com/careers.


If you have some news you’d like us to share in the next issue, use #gradle on Twitter or send us an email with the details to newsletter@gradle.com.

Until next time!

The Gradle Team

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