Meet up

Modern Java Concurrency

Thursday, 24th March at The Skills Matter eXchange, London

This meetup is run by LJC: London Java Community. Starts at 6:30 PM.

During the event, we will have two main technical presentations around concurrency which will be preceded by 3-4 of lightning talks from our members.

Modern Java Concurrency

Clock speed and performance are no longer increasing as spectacularly as they once did. Instead the focus has turned to more cores per chip.

Ben Evans

Ben is always doing something interesting. He helps to run the London Java Community and holds a seat on the Java Community Process Executive Committee - the body which governs Java standards.

How to Do 100K TPS at Less than 1ms Latency

Conventional wisdom says that memory is fast, disk is slow, networks are slower and that fast systems must be highly concurrent to achieve maximum performance. Much of this is outdated and some of it is now wrong.

Michael Barker

Michael Barker is currently a lead developer at London Multi-Asset eXchange (LMAX) where he spends most of his time scratching his head while thinking about simpler and faster solutions.

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