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SE-Radio Episode 266: Charles Nutter on the JVM as a Language Platform

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SE-Radio Episode 266: Charles Nutter on the JVM as a Language Platform

Charles Nutter talks to Charles Anderson about the JRuby language and the JVM as a platform for implementing programming languages. They discuss JRuby and its implementation on the JVM as an example of a language other than Java on the JVM. Venue: Skype Related Links Charles Nutter on Twitter: https://twitter.com/headius Charles Nutter on GitHub: https://github.com/headius JRuby […]

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SE-Radio Episode 255: Monica Beckwith on Java Garbage Collection

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SE-Radio Episode 255: Monica Beckwith on Java Garbage Collection

Monica Beckwith joins Robert Blumen for a discussion of java garbage collection. What is garbage collection? GC algorithms; history of GC in the java language; fragmentation and compaction; generational strategies; causes of pauses; impact of pauses on application performance; tuning GC; GC on multi-core and large memory machines; should production servers be implemented in non-GC […]

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SE-Radio Episode 240: The Groovy Language with Cédric Champeau

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SE-Radio Episode 240: The Groovy Language with Cédric Champeau

Josh Long talks to Cédric Champeau about the latest and greatest in the Groovy JVM language, how it has evolved over the years, and where it’s going. They start by talking about the existing features in the language, the language’s history and then move on to discuss where the language is going, how Java 8 […]

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Episode 201: Martin Thompson on Mechanical Sympathy

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Episode 201: Martin Thompson on Mechanical Sympathy

Martin Thompson, proprietor of the blog Mechanical Sympathy, founder of the LMAX disruptor open source project, and a consultant and frequent speaker on high performance computing talks with Robert about computer program performance. Martin explains the meaning of the term “mechanical sympathy,” derived from auto racing, and its relevance to program performance: the importance of […]

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Episode 197: Lars Vogel on Android

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Episode 197: Lars Vogel on Android

Recording Venue: WebEx Guest: Lars Vogel Lars Vogel, consultant, Eclipse committer, and owner of vogella.com, gives an overview of the Android operating system. His conversation with Jeff begins with a definition of Android and a brief history. Android is an operating system programmed in Java. It can be found on different types of devices such […]

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