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The Groovy enVironment Manager has evolved over the past few years. It has grown from being a trivial installation tool to being the de facto standard method of installing Groovy Technology. GVM has recently received the new more open name, SDKMAN! Marco Vermeulen will explain what makes SDKMAN tick.
You will explore the Bash/ZSH Command Line Tool, the new PoshGVM Windows client, and the SDKman SDK. You will then dive into the backend and explore all the Microservices which make SDKman what it is: the Client API Service, the Broadcast Service, the Release Service, and the Auth Provider Service.
You will also take a closer look at the continuous delivery pipeline and see how easy it is to deploy new versions of SDKman.
Lastly, Marco and Felipe will discuss how people can contribute to SDKman. You will look at the rigorous automated testing that SDKman goes through before each release, and how new features can be contributed using the BDD approach that we have taken.
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Marco Vermeulen is a South African Software Developer who works and lives in London. He is passionate about writing well crafted code, driven and guided by tests. As a proponent of BDD, he has successfully applied this technique in the Enterprise as well as on Open Source Projects. He is an avid supporter of OSS and is the creator of SDKMAN, the Software Development Kit Manager.