CJUG: Tips and Tricks for writing low latency Java applications
Presentation: Tips and Tricks for writing low latency Java applications
This is presentation that offers tips in tricks, and generally things you need to know to be effective in writing low latency Java applications. You'll also have an opportunity to learn a few things about a modern JVM's garbage collector and JIT compiler, but more importantly what aspects of those impact your ability to write low latency applications.
Bio: Charlie Hunt is the JVM Performance Lead Engineer at Oracle and the lead author of the Java Performance book, (published October 2011). At Oracle, Charlie is responsible for improving the performance of the HotSpot Java Virtual Machine and Java SE class libraries. He has also been involved in improving the performance of both GlassFish and WebLogic application servers. He wrote his first Java application in 1998 and joined Sun Microsystems, Inc. in 1999 as a Senior Java Architect. He has been working on improving the performance of Java and Java applications ever since. He is a regular speaker on the subject of Java performance at many world-wide conferences including the JavaOne Conference. Charlie holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Iowa State University.
Btw, if anyone happens to have purchased the Java Performance book and brings it along to the meeting, Mr Hunt is happy to sign it.
CME Employees, please contact Joshua Bennett to RSVP.
RSVPs will close at noon on Tuesday January 17th.
Blog post on CJUG site here
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