What it means to be Just In Time

A session at SpringOne 2GX 2015

Thursday 17th September, 2015

8:30am to 10:00am (EST)

Core Spring Track
Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/Spring...
We write Java code on a daily basis which then gets compiled down to bytecode and run on the JVM. This talk explains what happens to bytecode inside the JVM. It begins with an overview of the Just In Time (JIT) compiler. This overview discusses JIT optimizations such as method inlining and loop unrolling. The talk then inspects JIT logs to explain the optimizations performed on a spring boot application. By the end of the talk, you should be able to examine the impact of the JIT compiler on your own code.

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Ashley Puls

Software Engineer

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Time 8:30am10:00am EST

Date Thu 17th September 2015

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