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Join us at Gradle Summit 2013: The Premier Conference for Gradle Users and Developers

Gradle has come a long way in the past few years, but over the last 8 months since our first production 1.0 release we’ve noticed a remarkable spike in both activity and interest in Gradle. We’ve created an event with the help of NFJS to support new and existing users and bring the community together.

We’re excited to announce our first Gradle-focused conference - the Gradle Summit 2013. It is from Thursday, June 13th to Friday, June 14th at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. [Visit the Summit Web Site](http://www.gradleware.com/?utm_source...) or [Register Today](http://goo.gl/6oiJh). The space is limited! The Gradle Summit is co-located with the NFJS Bay Area Software Symposium. Your conference pass works at both.

Gradle Summit 2013 is the world's first conference for the award-winning [Gradle](http://www.gradle.org) open source build automation tool. Join us on Thursday, June 13th and Friday, June 14th in Santa Clara, CA to learn about Gradle and the ecosystem tools it supports from leading developers and the [Gradleware](http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2...) team.

Bring the whole team, we have something for everyone. We have content for new users so they can get an accelerated introduction to Gradle, and we have ample content for existing users covering advanced use cases. There will ample opportunity to interact with the community, ask questions, and discuss strategies for continuous delivery and build automation.

At Gradle Summit 2013, you will:

* See how Gradle lets companies such as Netflix and LinkedIn support continuous delivery pipelines.
* Learn strategies for supporting mobile application development using Google’s tool-of-choice for Android development.
* Participate in discussions about Gradle’s roadmap over the next months and years as the community grows.
* Understand advanced concepts, general patterns, and emerging trends affecting continuous delivery pipelines.

Gradle Summit is bigger than just Gradle. You’ll leave Gradle Summit with a full understanding of how to integrate Gradle with a wide range of technologies including: Android, Objective-C, Javascript, Scala, C/C++, Sonar, Github, Jenkins, Bamboo, TeamCity, TravisCI, Arquillian, JRebel, Atlassian, Nexus, Artifactory, SpringSource, Eclipse, IntelliJ and Maven/Ant.

Gradle Summit 2013 registration is $875 before May 21 with significant discounts available for groups over five. Space is limited. [Visit the Summit Web Site](http://www.gradleware.com/?utm_source...) or [Register Today](http://goo.gl/6oiJh)

**Stay the Whole Week: Gradle Training is Monday to Wednesday**

In addition to the Gradle Summit, Gradleware is delivering a 3-day Gradle training class in Santa Clara from Monday, June 10th to Wednesday June 12th immediately before the Gradle Summit. “Gradle In-Depth” is only $1595 if booked by March 9th, [learn more about our training classes](http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2...) or [register for Gradle In-Depth](http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2...) today.

**One Pass, Two Conferences: NFJS Bay Area Software Symposium**

Gradle Summit is presented to you by [Gradleware](http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2...) and [No Fluff Just Stuff](http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2...). This event will be co-located with the [Bay Area Software Symposium](http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2...). Your pass to Gradle Summit includes access to all [Bay Area Software Symposium](http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2...) sessions.
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