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Slideshare: How can I write code which runs on both the client and the server


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Merging two Binary Search Trees

From Functional Programming in Java
Merging two Binary Search Trees

Spock among existing Java testing tools

From Java Testing with Spock
Spock among existing Java testing tools

Spock adoption with existing JUnit tests

From Java Testing with Spock
Spock adoption with existing JUnit tests

Using mocks and stubs in a Spock test

From Java Testing with Spock
Using mocks and stubs in a Spock test

Spock: the groovier testing framework

If you always thought that JUnit (and/or TestNG) was the only solution for Java unit tests, guess again! Spock is an emerging test framework written in Groovy that can test both Java and Groovy code. It even includes its own Mocking mechanism. In this article adapted from Java Testing with Spock, I will give you a high level overview of Spock and its capabilities.

Spock: the groovier testing framework (PDF)

Dipping Your Toes in Clojure

By Benjamin J. Evans and Martijn Verburg
As a language, Clojure is arguably the most different from Java. In this article, based on The Well-Grounded Java Developer, the authors show you Clojure’s most important conceptual variations from Java—the treatment of state and variables.

Dipping Your Toes in Clojure (PDF)

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