Hi,

One of the Kotlin features I really like is the short-hand notation for simple expression methods:

class Foo {
    fun truth(): Integer = 42
}

For example, in Groovy, you write:

@Controller("/") class HelloController {

@Get("/hello/{name}")
String hello(String name) {
return "Hello $name"
}
}

but we could write:

@Controller("/") 
class HelloController {
@Get("/hello/{name}")
String hello(String name) = "Hello $name"
}

It's more concise and makes the "functional style" more readable. Is this something Groovy users would appreciate?