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Gradle Newsletter
February 2020

Welcome to the February 2020 newsletter.

It’s good to see so much community buzz this month. It looks like everyone started the new year with renewed energy.

This newsletter features the Gradle 6.2 RC1 release, Why libraries like Guava need more than POMs, and introduces flaky test mitigation tools.

Community News

New Content

  • Spring dependencies in Gradle can be tricky - a blog post from Piotr Kubowicz explaining how and why to migrate from the Spring Dependency Management plugin to Gradle 6.
  • Speeding Up Builds with Dagger Reflect - a new blog post from SoundCloud’s Nelson Osacky that shows how the Soundcloud Delect Gradle Plugin makes it much easier to switch out all the regular Dagger dependencies for their Dagger Reflect counterparts.

Releases

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.

Gradle 6.2 RC1

Gradle 6.2 RC1 is out! 🎉 Try the:

and file an issue on GitHub if you encounter any bugs.

Gradle Enterprise 2019.5.2

Gradle Enterprise 2019.5.2 is out. Read the release notes and update today to take advantage of the fixes.

In addition, Maven users should update the Gradle Enterprise Maven Extension to version 1.3.6.

Online Training

Conference Talks & Meetups

Job opportunities

The Gradle Inc. engineering team continues to grow. We’re currently looking for:

The details of these and other open positions are 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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