At the No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) San Diego Software Symposium this weekend, Azul VM Engineer Douglas Hawkins answers this question. He is presenting 5 sessions, covering everything from concurrency issues and Java garbage collection to how the compiler makes decisions on how to optimize and de-optimize your code and even how to measure performance.
The show has provided a couple of preview videos on his talks. Here’s one, you can link to the others from our website:
Douglas’ main interest is in exploring and explaining the low-level functionality of the virtual machines that we use every day. He works on these topics full time at Azul and is part of this year’s NFJS tour. Can’t make it to San Diego? Don’t worry, he’s also presenting at two other NFJS events this spring:
See you there!