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Category Archives: JVM

Live Java Heap, Compact String, Value Types, Reactive Micro-services by Vert.X

A small presentation today in Bangalore JUG By Vaibhav Choudhary, Live Heap Analysis And Compact String Also, look into “Reactive Microservices with Vert.X” by Niraj.      

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Presentation on Java SafePoints by Fairoz Matte

Please find the  presentation on Java_SafePoints_JUG Presentation covers :- Topic: Java Safepoints A safepoint is a state of your application execution where all references to objects are perfectly reachable by the VM. Some operations of the VM require that all threads reach a safepoint to be performed. The most common operation that need it is the GC. A […]

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Bangalore JUG – Welcoming 2017

No. of attendees around : 65-70 Years first Bangalore Java User Group meet-up was held in Mercury, Oracle, PTP Building. We have again witnessed a combination of Oracle Internal And External Speakers. The three agendas were :- 1. A journey from CMS to G1 Garbage Collector (Presentation here) 2. Awareness of Design Smells 3. JSON […]

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JUG – 28th May speaks about

May 28-2016. We have presentations on :- Beyond Java 9: Mark R. slides, presented by Srikanth A. Java Locale and CLDR, presented by Rachna G. Completable Future and Micro Services presented by Srinivasan R : presentation will come soon. For any feedback, do drop a comment.

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Let’s meet on 28th May 2016

We are going to have a JUG meeting at :- Oracle India Ltd Prestige Tech Park Venus Building – Ground Floor – 1J001 Kadubeesanahalli Marathalli Ring Road Bangalore – 560103 , Bangalore Time: 10.15 AM to 1.15 PM (28th-May-2016) Talks that are lined up :- Project Valhalla (Beyond JDK9) – Value Types – Specialized Generics […]

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Reactive Java – RxJava

Dinesh Bhatt (A technologist and an Entrepreneur) talks on RxJava.  Its a “Reactive Extensions for the JVM – a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs using observable sequences for the Java VM. ” Presentation will be available very soon.

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