Open Kennis Avond – Ripping apart Java Streams by Kirk Pepperdine
|Time||18:00 - 21:00|
|Description||Java 8 promised us the world. Our programs would be able to take advantage of all our cores simply by adding parallel() to the stream definition.|
Java evangelists were promising us parallel sort speed up even on a dual core machine.
But what if things go wrong?
How can we view what is happening inside our common ForkJoinPool?
How can we measure throughput?
What happens if our operations inside our for each function are blocking?
In this talk, we will explore Java 8 streams and some discoveries made from both benchmarks and real world examples.
Some knowledge of Java 8 features would be helpful.
About Kirk Pepperdine
Kirk has been working in high performance and distributed computing for nearly 20 years. His focus has primarily been on performance, working on architecting, developing, and tuning applications running on Cray and other high performance computing platforms.
Kirk now specializes in Java™, where he works in all aspects of performance and tuning in each phase of a project life cycle. Author, speaker, consultant, Kirk was recognized as a 2006 Java Champion recipient for his contributions to the Java community.
18.00 uur: Eten
19.00 uur: Ripping apart Java Streams
20.15 uur: Einde
De Open Kennis Avond vindt plaats op het Hoofdkantoor van Info Support, Kruisboog 42, Veenendaal.
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Reis je met OV, dan regelen we graag een taxi voor je vanaf Station de Klomp, Veenendaal.
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