performance engineer’s guide to hotspot JIT compilation – monica beckwith – qcon

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Archive for June 14th, 2016

performance engineer’s guide to hotspot JIT compilation – monica beckwith – qcon

June 14th, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

For more QCon posts, see my live blog table of contents. This presentation is about the compiler and also the runtime. Major pieces Execution engine Heap management/garbage collection JIT compilation Runtime VM Class loading Interpretter Byte code verification,etc Runtime goal – convert from bytecode to native code and do optimizations along the way Compilation Techniques […]

how containers have panned out – adrian trenaman – qcon

June 14th, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

For more QCon posts, see my live blog table of contents. Adrian is from Gilt. History No off the shelf software to run a flash sale business. Therefore Gilt has to do something custom. Started with Ruby on Rails in 2007. Didn’t scale well enough Moved to Java in 2011 Moved to microservices in 2015 […]

reactive programming for java developers – rossen stoyanchev – qcon

June 14th, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

For more QCon posts, see my live blog table of contents. General notes Spring 5 has reactive features. Maybe a third of the audience is doing something with reactive, a little more have read about it (that’s me) and a lot haven’t heard of it. Which is good given the title of this talk! Moore’s […]