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Java Just-In-Time compilation: more than just a buzzword

A recent Java production performance problem forced me to revisit and truly appreciate the Java VM Just-In-Time (JIT) compiler. Most Java developers and support individuals have heard ...
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Printing Generated Assembly Code From The Hotspot JIT Compiler

Sometimes when profiling a Java application it is necessary to understand the assembly code generated by the Hotspot JIT compiler. This can be useful in determining what optimisation ...
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Do you get Just-in-time compilation?

Remember the last time when you were laughed at by C-developers? That the Java is so slooooow that they would never even consider using a language like this? In many ways, the concept ...
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Just in Time Compiler (JIT) in Hotspot

The Just In Time Compiler (JIT) concept and more generally adaptive optimization is well known concept in many languages besides Java (.Net, Lua, JRuby). In order to explain what is ...
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