Object Partners is proud to be the premier sponsor of this year’s GR8 in the US Conference. The conference, dedicated to Groovy, Grails, Griffon and other GR8 technologies is now open for registration at gr8conf.us.

This year’s conference, which takes place in Minneapolis, MN on Jun 27th and 28th, is focused largely on workshops, with topics geared towards beginners and seasoned veterans alike. For those that are new to Groovy and related technologies, this is a great opportunity for low cost training from experts in the field. For those that are experienced in this space, there is an advanced track featuring in depth workshops and presentations on up and coming technologies.

Several members of the OPI team are involved in the conference this year; presenters Zan Thrash, Colin Harrington and Zach Lendon and co-organizer Shaun Jurgemeyer, among others.

We’re excited to be part of this conference and to do our part to advance these GR8 technologies.

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