Guys. Sadly Paul couldn’t make it, but we have replaced him with Simon Ritter, who will be wearing his new Azul hat. You are all welcome to attend!
https://www.jfokus.se/jfokus/jvmtech.jsp <https://www.jfokus.se/jfokus/jvmtech.jsp> /M /M > On 19 Nov 2015, at 17:17, Marcus Lagergren <mar...@lagergren.net> wrote: > > And all talks have now been finalized: > https://www.jfokus.se/jfokus/jvmtech.jsp > > A VM tech day without Martin Thompson is no VM tech day! > > Regards > Marcus > >> On 11 Nov 2015, at 09:35, Marcus Lagergren <mar...@lagergren.net> wrote: >> >> Greetings community members! >> >> I am coordinator for the JFokus VM Tech Day at the JFokus conference in >> February 2016. This is the second year running we have this event, and it >> was a great success last year. This year we have received significantly more >> contributions, and the hardest part was sifting through all quality material >> that we were given. >> >> We are in the process of finalizing the speaker list, but 5 out of 6 slots >> are now filled and the current agenda looks like this: >> https://www.jfokus.se/jfokus/jvmtech.jsp >> >> This year, Brian Goetz, Java Language Architect from Oracle opens the tech >> day, and talks about project Valhalla and how the OpenJDK is getting there. >> >> Brian is followed by Charlie Gracie, IBM, who will cover what is some of the >> most exciting news in the runtime world for a very long time: The open >> sourcing of the J9 JVM and its APIs, and example applications in the dynamic >> language space. >> >> We are also proud (as always) to host the formidable Mr. Aleksey Shipilev, >> performance czar extraordinare, always balancing on the fine line between >> brilliant and crazy. Aleksey's presentation is about String compaction, and >> String optimisations with invokedynamic in Java 9. Hopefully we have room >> for him at the ordinary JFokus conference as well, as the man spouts >> excellent tech presentations like a fountain. >> >> Charlie Nutter also joins us to discuss JRuby 9000, which was released this >> summer, and about using the JVM as a platform for multi language development. >> >> Paul Sandoz, a man who can do anything from REST services down to bare >> silicone magic in his job, will tell us about how VarHandles are implemented >> in the JVM, performance aspects and why no one should miss sun.misc.Unsafe. >> >> Our sixth and final speaker slot is being allocated real soon now. Watch >> this space. >> >> As usual there is time allocated for breakout sessions, improvised >> unscheduled lightning talks and discussions / Q&A. >> >> Join the best VM internals conference initiative since JVMLS, and the first >> of its kind in the old world. >> >> Regards >> Marcus Lagergren >> >
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