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

This article looks at a benchmark passing events over TCP/IP at 4 billion events per minute using the package in Chronicle Wire and why we aim to avoid object allocations. One of the key optimisations is creating almost no garbage. Allocation is supposed to be a very cheap operation and garbage collection of very short lived objects is also …

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Resilience in Coding: Miro Wengner on Thriving in the Software Industry

In this insightful discussion, we sit down with Miro Wengner, an accomplished software engineer with a deep-rooted affinity for Java. Miro shares his professional journey, highlights the significant challenges in the field, and reflects on the key moments that shaped his career. Profile Twitter: LinkedIn: GitHub Home Page: Fun fact: When I was in my early …

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JavaFX Links of May 2023

Again a busy month in JavaFX-world! Here is a nice list with links for your reading and clicking pleasure! This is the summary of the #LinksOfTheWeek as published on in May 2023. JavaFX Core JavaFX 21-ea+17 is available for download from GluonHQ or from Maven central. Johan Vos believes it’s time to deprecate Java Swing: “It doesn’t make sense …

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