This session explains why emerging language implementations are becoming more common and more feasible to implement on the JVM with satisfactory performance. It tells you how we got there and walks through the technology already in place (such as invokedynamic) and that which is in progress. The future for the JVM is bright indeed. Filmed at JAX London 2013.
You’ve heard the hype: invokedynamic is changing the JVM forever. So what is it? And how does it affect you? Where will it take the JVM and Java developers in the future? In this talk from JAX 2012 in Mainz, JRuby guy Charles Nutter looks back at where the JVM has been and discusses why it will never be the same after invokedynamic.
A new update for the dynamic JVM language has arrived, ushering in concurrency framework GPars as well as important features.
Thanks to invokedynamic, a number of dynamic JVM languages can gain prominence. So what marks out the latest arrival Magik?
You’ve heard the noise… invokedynamic is changing the JVM forever. What is it? How does it affect you? Where will it take the JVM and Java developers in the future? JRuby and JVM Guy, Charles Nutter has all the answers in this JAXconf session. He gives us a JVM 101, divulging in its intricacies and tells us why it will never be the same after invokedynamic. Filming courtesy of Marakana Tech TV – marakana.com
As JRuby moved across to open source behemoth, the latest preview for 1.7 got lost in the noise slightly, but it turns out that speed and performance is on top of the agenda