There's two halves to this talk: 1. JVM Performance Tuning, why it's hard, and some surprising things you have to pay attention to 2. Some examples of performance tuning from a production Clojure app, both in the frontend webapp and in the backend data pipeline.
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Opening the Grimoire - some things about clojure performance
Tom Crayford is the creator of Yeller, an all Clojure tool for debugging exceptions in your production app. He likes fast things.