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Anatomy of a Java Decompiler

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A decompiler, simply put, attempts to reverse the transformation of source code to object code. But there are many interesting complexities—Java source code is structured; bytecode certainly isn’t. Moreover, the transformation isn’t one-to-one: two different Java programs may yield identical bytecode. We need to apply heuristics in order to get a reasonable approximation of the original source. (A Tiny) Bytecode ...

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Mastering Java Bytecode

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Hey! Happy Advent :D I’m Simon Maple (@sjmaple), the Technical Evangelist for ZeroTurnaround. You know, the JRebel guys! We’ll as a result of writing a product like JRebel which interacts with bytecode, more often than you care to imagine, there are many things we’ve learned about it which we’d love to share. Let’s start at the start… Java was a ...

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We Are Failing to Even Have an Inclusive Discussion

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The tech industry needs to be more inclusive of woman and people of color. It’s about having the largest pool to draw excellence from. Sadly, most of the discussion, even the discussion that is advocating for a more inclusive culture, itself is divisive. We Are All Individuals We are all individuals. We all have our strengths and weaknesses. We all ...

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