When you are faced with the challenge of tuning JVM, you can find a wide variety information. Yet, almost always the information is rather specific in the type of tuning, or specific to a type of problem. Seldom can you find information that tells abstracts the details into a higher level and simplifies it into … Read More
Slides from the Future of the JVM panel discussion at ETE 2013. Also see our screencast of this event.
- Jamie Allen
- Cliff Click
- Charlie Hunt
- Doug Lea
- Michael Pilquist
I’ve recently started learning Clojure after a little encouragement from co-worker of mine. I’ve been developing in Java for a while now and spent the last 1 1/2 years with Groovy. The Groovy experience was great and the use of closures certainly “whet my appetite” for functional programming. Ok, for me, when I learn something … Read More