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- für alle, die gerne Erfahrungen mit leichtgewichtigen Sprachen, Tools und Frameworks aus der Java bzw. JVM Familie mit anderen teilen wollen, e.g. Groovy, Scala, JavaScript, CoffeeScript, Grails, Apache Wicket, Gradle, Java FX 2, Spring, Spring MVC, Spring Data, Android, Flyway, Neo4J, Cassandra etc.

- für alle, die sich gerne über die Anwendung leichtgewichtiger Methoden und Vorgehensweisen in der Softwareentwicklung mit Gleichgesinnten austauschen wollen, e.g. Lean Startup, Customer Development, UX, Scrum, Kanban, TDD, Pair Programming, Clean Code etc.

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GraalVM Native Image Bootcamp

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Howdy Lightweights!
It's been a long time since we had our last meetup and it's time to catch up again 🙂.

Join us October 25th at 6PM for the hands-on lab with Kris Foster and Wolfgang Weigend. They will give a practical introduction to GraalVM Native Image.

All you need for this hands-on lab is a laptop and browser to get started. 😉

The meetup will take place over Zoom.
Link TBA soon.


What do Quarkus, Spring Native, Micronaut, and Helidon have in common? They all support GraalVM Native Image ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation to transform applications into a native machine executables that starts almost instantaneously, provides peak performance with no warmup, and require less memory and less CPU.

It's perfect for containerized workloads and microservices where maximizing startup time and minimizing required resources is critical. In this workshop, we'll provide a practical introduction to GraalVM Native Image AOT covering how it works, what it can do, when to use it, and how to tune and debug applications.

Topics include: building with Maven and Gradle, static and dynamic linking, containerization, configuration, working with resources, profile-guided optimization, garbage collection options, and JUnit testing and debugging native executables

Looking forward to seeing many of you online! 😀

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