Drinking too much coffee while maven builds and deploys your service? Jealous of how your Front End mate just press F5 to "deploy" his/her changes? Mastered the red-green-refactor workflow and want to know what is the next step? Our Lisp grandfathers knew how invaluable was the immediate feedback that a Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL) allowed during development and now Java 9 will have one. Perhaps you have read that a REPL is useful for "playing around" or for "small code snippets", but this is far from true.
In this presentation, you will learn how with a REPL you can have a better and more productive developer workflow by building a Tomcat service, one bit at a time, without having to build, compile, package or deploy it.
Demo will be done with a Clojure REPL but no previous experience with Clojure is required.
This event will be accessible to all developers, but those with a year or more experience with Java will get most from the talk.
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Using REPL Driven Development
Daniel Lebrero works as a technical architect at IG on the Big Data team. With 16 years of Java experience, he has become an expert on waiting for Maven to build and Tomcat to deploy.