Java guru Douglas Hawkins to present on virtual machine compiler optimization
June 27, 2016
Azul Systems will be launching the Silicon Valley Java Performance Meetup on Tuesday, 12 July, at the Azul Systems headquarters, 385 Moffett Park Drive, Suite 115, Sunnyvale. Azul VM Engineer, Doug Hawkins, will kick off the new Meetup at 7:00 PM with a presentation titled “What your compiler is telling you, and what to do about it”.
Pizza and networking will run from 6.30PM to 7.00PM, RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/Silicon-Valley-Java-Performance-Meetup/events/232046611/.
About the speaker
Doug Hawkins has been developing software for the past 10 years – creating applications for bioinformatics, finance, and retail. Doug has deep experience with Java’s runtime and its just-in-time compilers, and was the lead engineer for Azul’s ReadyNow! technology, which solves Java’s so-called warm-up problem. He frequently presents on the No Fluff Just Stuff Circuit, and he’s appeared at Uberconf, StrangeLoop, Bay Area JUG, Archcon, and many more.
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About Azul Systems
Azul Systems, the industry’s only company exclusively focused on Java and the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), builds fully supported, certified standards-compliant Java runtime solutions that help enable the real time business. Zing is a JVM designed for enterprise Java applications and workloads that require any combination of low latency, high transaction rates, large working memory, and/or consistent response times. Zulu and Zulu Embedded are Azul’s certified, open source builds of OpenJDK with a variety of flexible support options, available in configurations for the enterprise as well as custom and embedded form factors. For additional information, visit www.azul.com.
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