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Java Coding Guidelines: Other JVM languages

Wesley Womack
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Is the information in your book applicable to other JVM languages? I'm primarily interested in Groovy.
Campbell Ritchie
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Have you looked through the ToC, available on the link above this page?

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Dhruv Mohindra
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Hi Wesley,
Wesley Womack wrote:Is the information in your book applicable to other JVM languages? I'm primarily interested in Groovy.


The JCG book specifically targets the Java platform. All the same, there's plenty of advice that carries forward to Groovy and Java-like languages. Groovy may require an additional set of best practices, but after reading this book it will be intuitive to apply the suggested concepts / recommendations to the programming language of your choice.


You know what I did last summer - Java Coding Guidelines: 75 Recommendations for Reliable and Secure Programs.
 
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