Java is Very Fast, If You Don't Create Too Many Objects

Nov 10, 2022 01:00 PM (GMT)
Peter Lawrey
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Java is Very Fast if You don't Create Too Many Objects

This webinar is based on Peter Lawrey's remarkably popular article. While Java developers are familiar with the impact that garbage collection pauses, they may not realise that allocating objects could sap throughput by 10x or more the garbage collection cost, especially for very short-lived objects.

During this webinar, examples from real life will be discussed. For example, event messaging rates of 4 billion events per minute on a single machine in Java and the impact that creating just one small object per event makes.

Speaker: Peter Lawrey
Peter Lawrey is a Java Champion and Oracle Code One alumnus. Peter likes to inspire developers to improve the craftsmanship of their solutions and his popular blog “Vanilla Java” has had over 4 million views. Peter is the founder and architect of Chronicle Software. He has one of the top number of answers for Java and JVM on StackOverflow.com (~13K).

Time: Nov 10th, 2022 01:00 PM (GMT)

Place: Online Zoom Webinar