Webinar: What’s new in Gradle 5.0

A lot has changed for Gradle since version 4.0 was released in mid-2017.

Gradle 5.0 is much faster and more memory efficient than previous versions of Gradle, has better tools to inspect and manage transitive dependencies, and can provide the IDE assistance you’d always hoped and expected through a new Kotlin DSL.

This 1-hour webcast demonstrates 4 key themes of Gradle 5.0:

  • What Gradle’s Kotlin DSL does and who should adopt it
  • How to take full advantage of incremental compilation and annotation processing
  • Why unexpected dependency version X was selected and how to fix it
  • What new task APIs are available in Gradle 5.0

If you prefer just the info, check out this page on the highlights of Gradle 5.0 and recent releases.

Improve Your Developer Experience with Tableau and Gradle Enterprise

How can you use data visualizations with your build data to improve the reliability and performance of your build?

In this recorded webcast, Sam Snyder, Senior Developer with Tableau, demonstrates using Tableau with Gradle Enterprise for live build monitoring, debugging tricky performance/reliability issues, and identifying opportunities to take engineering organizations to the next level of productivity. Moderated by Hans Dockter, CEO of Gradle.

Optimize your CI pipeline – Hands-On with the Gradle Enterprise Team

How do we create a fast and reliable CI process and pipeline using the tools that we built ourselves?

In this recorded webcast, Gradle Enterprise team leads Etienne Studer and Luke Daley demonstrate how we speed up our own CI pipeline by using our own products, including the build cache, build scans, performance dashboard, and integration with major CI providers like TeamCity.

Improving Android and Java Build Performance

As your project grows larger and more complex, its build becomes slower if left unchecked. But recent Gradle releases give you new capabilities to improve your Java and Android build speed.

In this recorded webcast, Stefan Oehme and Hans Dockter from Gradle discuss how you can identify performance bottlenecks with build scans,  optimize build performance, and track build performance.

Scaling Developer Productivity with Szczepan Faber of LinkedIn

How does LinkedIn create a culture of developer productivity that is capable of building over 100,000 times a day?

Szczepan Faber is architect and technical leader for development tools at LinkedIn. Szczepan recently sat down with Hans Dockter, Founder, and CEO of Gradle, to discuss the transformation of Build engineering, what a healthy Build culture looks like, and the future of developer tools automation.