This presentation will give the busy Java/JVM developer an overview of how Garbage Collection in the JVM works and the common collectors that are used. We'll also cover how to read and interpret the scary log format and most importantly, offer strategies to deal with badly behaving memory (e.g. The dreaded OOME!).
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Garbage Collection - The Useful Parts
Martijn Verburg (CEO – jClarity) has over 15 years experience as a technology professional and OSS mentor in a variety of environments from start-ups to large enterprises. He is the leader of the London Java Community (over 6000 developers), and leads the global effort of Java User Groups who contribute to Java standards as well as to the Java language and platform itself. Martijn’s first book “The Well-Grounded Java Developer” is being published by Manning. His talks and presentations are in high demand by major conferences (JavaOne, Devoxx, OSCON, FOSDEM, TSSJS, JFokus, SDC, etc) where he is known for challenging the industry status quo as the “Diabolical Developer”.
John is a keen developer and Matlab guru. John has performed research and development in many languages for 15 years, on various platforms from micro controllers, robots, simulations, desktop applications and web services.