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JVM Performance Magic Tricks

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HotSpot, the JVM we all know and love, is the brain in which our Java and Scala juices flow.
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HotSpot, the JVM we all know and love, is the brain in which our Java and Scala juices flow.
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Java EE 7 is Final. Thoughts, Insights and Further Pointers.

It took us a little less than three years to get the next Java EE version out the door. On April 16th this year the JCP EC voted on JSR 342 and approved it.
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Creating Internal DSLs in Java, Java 8- Adopting Martin Fowler's approach

Currently I am reading this wonderful book on DSLs- Domain Specific Languages by Martin Fowler.
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How we reduced the memory consumption by 20x

We had a badly behaving application at hand, repeatedly dying with the OutOfMemoryError in production. Investigating the underlying data structures we soon found ways to reduce the memory overhead in order of magnitude.
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The full Java life: What does a software architect really do all day?

The full Java life: What does a software architect really do all day? | The JVM and all around it | Scoop.it
Software architects have it easy, or so many coders and engineers believe. Find out what an architect's day-to-day working life really looks like in this Full Java life interview.
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Non-Blocking I/O in Servlet 3.1

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Servlet 3.1 is a relatively minor release slated for Java EE 7. However, the Java EE foundational API still contains some very important changes, especially for folks building on the Servlet API.
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