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Gradle Newsletter
February 2022

Welcome to the February 2022 Gradle Build Tool newsletter.

This edition covers news from the community and the new Gradle Build Tool release.

From the Community

Blog posts


Gradle 7.4 Release

Gradle 7.4 has been released. It makes it easier to create a single test report or JaCoCo code coverage report across several projects, makes it easier to gradually adopt configuration cache, promotes central declaration of dependencies to stable, and includes many other improvements. See release notes for details.


If you share our passion for developer productivity and tooling, consider joining our globally distributed team and check out our job openings at We are looking for new teammates including software engineers, solutions engineers, data scientist, application security engineer, developer advocate and developer productivity engineer.

Gradle Enterprise in Open-source Projects

Gradle continues to support key open-source projects with free Gradle Enterprise licenses in order to improve their build and test feedback cycle times and make troubleshooting more efficient. Here is a roundup of 11 OSS projects where you can explore the live public instances of Gradle Enterprise leveraged by Spring, JUnit, JetBrains, and other projects.

Upcoming Events

See the Gradle Training webpage for an up-to-date list of all upcoming educational and training events.

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Until next time!

The Gradle Team


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