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Java - the known and unknown parts meetup

It's time!

We're back again, with three super interesting Java topics. Make sure to mark your calendar with the 17th of May! Hope to see you all there!

/Jacob

Title: Java 8 Behind the Scenes

Speaker: Joel Borggrén-Franck, Engineering Team Lead, Klarna

- Java 8 brought many new features to the platform, most notably lambda expressions. This talk is about those features but focusing on why they turned out as they did. You won’t learn how to write lambda expressions, instead this talk is about topics like: why there still are no function types in Java, how type inference has evolved, and why the speaker hates, and loves type annotations. The talk will also cover Java 8 from the perspective of someone who has worked with evolving a language and its core libraries, highlighting a lesser feature that may turn out very important over time


Title: Lesser known features of the Java language

Speaker: Andreas Lundblad, Software Developer at Oracle working on the javac compiler

After writing Java code for more than 17 years I still learn something new about the language now and then. Either from reading others code or by discovering corner cases in the compiler implementation. In this talk I'll go through some of the lesser known features and oddities in the Java language and try to explain why it works as it does.


Title: Low-overhead Profiling with Java Mission Control & Flight Recorder

Speaker: Henrik Dafgård, Software Developer at Oracle working on Java Mission Control

Abstract: In this talk I will give an introduction to the Java Mission Control 5.5.0 (JMC) and Java Flight Recorder (JFR) tools bundled with the Oracle JDK (since 7u40), explaining how to use them to diagnose performance problems in both development and production environments without incurring a significant profiling overhead (<1-2%).


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  • Anders H.

    Great meetup!

    May 18

  • Ranic

    Hi!
    Please people not attending release ur spots.
    ThAnks!

    3 · May 17

    • Mika T.

      And as soon as you know that you cannt go.
      I got m spot 1 h before the start and it was too late for me to make it then.

      May 18

  • Johnny Y.

    Didnt get a spot! Will you share any slides/videos of the tracks?

    May 17

    • Jacob I.

      No this time unfortunately.

      May 18

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thumbs up to the organizers ! Very nice meetup, speakers, topics and hosts.

    12 · May 17

  • Mikael L.

    Will there be some food and beverages or should we eat beforehand (after)?

    May 17

    • Henrik D.

      There will be food (wraps; 1 per person) and beverages served.

      1 · May 17

  • Said

    How's the waiting list coming along?:) I so want to attend!

    May 12

    • Jacob I.

      Hopefully it will move some during the evening and tomorrow, so hang in there :)

      May 16

    • Said

      I will be hanging around hacking away at some café nearby so that I can get there quickly if a spot opens up!

      May 17

  • Pontus F.

    When is the first talk starting, 18 sharp?

    May 16

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