Groovy Development Services
Looking for a Groovy developer for your project? You clearly came to the right firm. “EchoUA” presents IT staffing services and project based coding. We gladly help you to get the right worker or a team for remote cooperation. All our programmers are accomplished professionals proficient in building custom-built software using the latest techs, including GROOVY, Flexbox, Bitcoin, Spring, ABAP, React Native, C++, Slack, Amazon S3, Cassandra, Express.js. You can also select us as a Groovy development provider and delegate full-cycle development services to us.
REASONS TO HIRE US :
- Premium Ukrainian programmers with over 4 years of business experience.
- Staff retention leading practices to make sure your developers stay satisfied.
- Personal account supervisors to ensure smooth cooperation.
- Adjustable model with predictable bi-weekly billing.
We help you accelerate your plans by preparing reliable Groovy programmers who can get involved in your team and rapidly start delivering five-star code. Get in touch with us and take a look at the resumes of candidates available for hire right now. Also, you can read “Groovy Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 Groovy Programmers in February 2018
1 Andriy H.,Age: 27, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS, HTML/CSS, Java, JS (jQuery), Java (Groovy)
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2 Pavel L.,Age: 30, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: Java, SQL, PostgreSQL, Java (Groovy)
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3 Denys V.,Age: 29, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: Java, Java (Groovy)
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4 Roman B.,Age: 28, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: HTML/CSS, MySQL, NoSQL (MongoDB), Java (Groovy)
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5 Max D.,Age: 26, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: NoSQL (MongoDB), Java (Groovy)
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Questions and Answers related to Groovy Development
“Groovy’s a JVM language, so it can interface with all the libraries readily available to the JVM ecosystem. Modern JVMs are ultra-optimized, so it readily benefits from that. Also, as primarily a Java programmer, I can list out these benefits over pure Java: increased expressivity (type less to do more); dynamic typing (lets you code more quickly, at least initially); closures; currying/partial application (allowing you to a copy of a function with one or more arguments fixed); native associative array/key-value mapping support (you can create an associative array literal)…”
“Tons of companies are using Groovy in a way or another in production. There are different use cases for applying Groovy in a given project. One might want to use it as an embedded business language (a Domain-Specific Language), and I’ve seen companies using Groovy for its nice DSL capabilities for that purpose. For example, Mutual of Omaha (Fortune 500 insurance company in the US) was one of the first well-known Groovy references. In that same kind of scenario, I’ve seen it being used in healthcare (National Cancer Institute) to do scientific simulations, or in the Energy sector…”
“Groovy can be used for almost everything like developing desktop applications, writing embedded system software, developing web-applications using framework like Grails, hacking… Brief on Groovy: It runs on Groovy Virtual Machine which is an abstraction over Java Virtual Machine meaning that code written on Groovy compiles to byte-code. Groovy adds python-like syntax to Java and gives you more flexibility while writing code…”
“Groovy relies on Java platform, a huge run-time environment whereas Golang code is compiled into executable. There is no direct intersection between them. You may wrap Groovy scripts into command line utilities, calling from Go code. You may also write your Groovy scripts into services, communicating through local networks. Neither is good, in my opinion, as Groovy scripts run on a heavy virtual machine. If you build your systems upon Java platform, leveraging Groovy scripts in non performant parts, it is handy…”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.