From Maven 2 Gradle
So, you want more from your build, but want to spend less on migration? Here's a session for you - Migration from Maven2 to Gradle: the easy way.
We'll build a migration todo list, overview existing technological solutions, and see how we can migrate existing builds with minimum effort. During this session you'll see how to create a basic Gradle script out of a pom.xml file, how to extend it replacing the functionality of Maven plugins with Gradle tasks and plugins and how to keep your Gradle build compatible with other Maven projects/modules it interacts with. You'll learn everything you need to know if you are currently using a Maven build and want to get started on Gralde.
About Baruch Sadogursky
Baruch Sadogursky, joined JFrog as the Developer Advocate following years of working alongside JFrog’s founding team.Prior to joining JFrog, Baruch was an innovations expert with BMC Software Incubator team after 6 years with AlphaCSP as a senior Java consultant, architect and training division manager.Baruch is hacking around Java technologies and Continuous-Integration tools since 2001, including module development for open source projects like Gradle & Spring. Baruch is also active in community development around Artifactory, participating in the development of it’s plugin ecosystem and enriching it’s functionality with open-source user plugins.
As JFrog’s Developer Advocate, Baruch contributes to the strong collaboration with leading open-source projects such as SpringSource, Grails and Gradle by providing them with the Artifactory Cloud platform, and fuels the Continuous-Integration ecosystem with open-source plugins for leading tools such as Jenkins, TeamCity & Bamboo.More About Baruch »