I'm lucky enough to be giving a talk at the start of the evening with Kirk Pepperdine (the worlds leading Java performance tuning expert) titled "Java and the Machine". We'll cover the challenges that you, Java and the JVM will be facing as the world of hardware and virtualisation changes.
The round table discussions will be great fun - where else to you get to rant, discuss and explore ideas with some of the world's experts?! I'm personally really excited to take your feedback and ideas from the Core Java/JVM table back to Oracle, OpenJDK and the Adopt a JSR programme.
See you all tomorrow night!
On 15 October[masked]:46, Barry Cranford <[address removed]>
Just a quick reminder about tomorrow night's JAX event. This is your chance to get up close and personal with a host of industry rock stars, network with JAX London speakers and other members of the Java community. This will be informal and a great chance for you to get up close and personal with guys not always in the London scene.
There are going to be a number of tables of experts with whom you can meet and ask questions:
Core Java Table : hosted by Martijn Verburg
Java EE Table: hosted by Arun Gupta
Scala Table : hosted by Heiko Seeberger
Big Data Table : hosted by Uwe Friedrichsen
Architecture Table : hosted by Ted Neward
NoSQL Table : hosted by Ian Robinson
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