Come and see us at JavaOne! (Sep 20th to 27th)

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Hi all,

We’re really excited to see so many of you in person at JavaOne this year. We thought we’d list the sessions that we’re speaking at so that you can grab us for a chat or listen in to some Java/JVM performance tuning advice and general conversations about the OpenJDK community at large. Don’t forget that with JavaOne you do need to register for the sessions that you wanted to attend!

Oh and of course Kirk will be doing a session with James Gosling, who you may have heard of :-).  So without further ado, here’s the list!

Friends of jClarity Meetup

On Sunday Sept 22nd from 1930 at the Thirsty Bear. There are several other Java special interest groups meting at the Thirsty Bear that night, so it should be a great evening of talking Java/JVM performance, challenging our team to read crazy GC logs and discussing the keynotes given by Oracle that day.

University Training

Want to learn about Java Performance Tuning from Ben? Or the latest in Java 7 and 8 from Richard?  You can sign up to their training at Java University.

Kirk Pepperdine’s Sessions

NetBeans Power Tools with James and Kirk [UGF10336] – This session takes a deep dive into the NetBeans Profiler, one of the most powerful tools in the NetBeans IDE. Watch performance problems being identified and solved as Java…
Garbage Collection Tuning Q&A [BOF4020] – Bring your questions about garbage collection to this panel discussion by members of Oracle’s HotSpot GC team alongside people with field experience in tuning Java garbage …
Tuning Low-Pause Garbage Collection [HOL5429] – Two of the questions that are universally asked when deploying a Java application are, How big should I make the heap? and What collector should I use? This lab session gives …

Dr John Oliver’s Sessions

Garbage Collection: The Useful Parts, Part 1 [UGF10501] – This session gives busy Java/JVM developers an overview of how garbage collection (GC) works in the JVM and the common collectors used by most folks in production. It also … View More
Garbage Collection: The Useful Parts (Practical), Part 2 [CON3675] – This presentation gives busy Java/JVM developers an overview of how to analyze and resolve common garbage collection problems. Using popular applications such as Minecraft, … View More

Dr Richard Warburton’s Sessions

Caching In: Understand, Measure, and Use Your CPU Cache More Effectively[CON3751] – Modern computationally intensive tasks are rarely bottlenecked by the absolute performance of your processor cores. The real bottleneck in 2013 is getting data out of memory. … View More
Where Next with OpenJDK Community Build and Test? [CON4179] – In this panel session, learn about the work done so far to provide an open, community-accessible build and test system for developers who want to contribute to OpenJDK. It’s …View More
Build and Test with OpenJFX [BOF5752] – Anyone can build and test OpenJFX with Oracle’s new rewritten Gradle-based build and test system. In this BOF, architect (and build author) Richard Bair goes over the new … View More

Martijn Verburg’s Sessions

The Lean Startup Ninja [CON3802] – Everybody and their dog seems to have a startup these days. Thanks to titles such as “The Lean Startup,” there is a race for teams to “iterate, add value, have sprints, and …
Garbage Collection: The Useful Parts (Practical), Part 2 [CON3675] – This presentation gives busy Java/JVM developers an overview of how to analyze and resolve common garbage collection problems. Using popular applications such as Minecraft, …

Adopt-a-JSR Workshop [BOF3884] – Learn how to take part in Java technology evolution through the Java Community Process (JCP) program. You can participate as an individual, corporation, or nonprofit such as …

Where Next with OpenJDK Community Build and Test? [CON4179] – In this panel session, learn about the work done so far to provide an open, community-accessible build and test system for developers who want to contribute to OpenJDK. It’s …

Ben Evan’s Sessions

The Lean Startup Ninja [CON3802] – Everybody and their dog seems to have a startup these days. Thanks to titles such as “The Lean Startup,” there is a race for teams to “iterate, add value, have sprints, and …
Teaching the Java Platform with Nashorn [BOF5225] – The Nashorn implementation of JavaScript has the potential to expose a generation of Web-only programmers to the riches of the Java platform. This session discusses the …
Where Next with OpenJDK Community Build and Test? [CON4179] – In this panel session, learn about the work done so far to provide an open, community-accessible build and test system for developers who want to contribute to OpenJDK.

Phew! We’re certainly going to be tired by the end of the week, looking forward to seeing everyone there!

Cheers,

The jClarity Team

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