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App J-Fall 2013 nu online

De J-Fall 2013 app (created by Info Support) bevat het gehele programma van J-Fall 2013 op 6 november in het Hart van Holland in Nijkerk. Naast het beursprogramma zijn via de apps ook de abstracts van de sessies en de bio's van de sprekers te bekijken.

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Blog: JavaOne Day 2

Yesterday was Community Day and a bit low on sessions, but day 2 of JavaOne really got technical if you wanted to. And we wanted it to. Since we had to finish up yesterday’s post only this morning and it’s half an hour drive we missed our first planned session about the Science and Art of Backward Compatibility. As opposed to Oracle OpenWorld, all JavaOne sessions are concentrated at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square, Hotel Nikko and Parc 55 Wyndham – a short distance from the Moscone buildings. Here’s an overview of the various sessions we attended:

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Blog: JavaOne Day 1: First Impression

So Jeroen and I went to Oracle OpenWorld/JavaOne 2013 – the event to be at if you’re a professional Java software developer. Or do other Oracle stuff. We want to give some first impression of the trip, San Francisco and JavaOne in this blog post and keep you updated the coming days during the event.

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Preview Java Magazine #3

De derde editie van Java Magazine staat weer boordevol workshops, achtergronden en een interview met Adam Bien. Bekijk hier een preview van Java Magazine #3. De derde editie van Java Magazine zal op 24 september bij alle NLJUG leden op de deurmat vallen.

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Blog: Profiling remote JVM using VisualVM

Profiling is essential when you want to improve performance of an application. To properly profile, you should minimize the differences between an actual production situation and the situation you are profiling. This means that your test data should be the same but also the hardware should be as similar as possible. The best possible scenario is to actually profile the production environment. You can run most profiling tools (e.g. VisualVM) on your local development machine and have it create a connection to the production environment.

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