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Work Being Done on Attacking Slow Start Times in Java

 
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People don't normally post links to video talks here, but I don't have a lot to say about this topic except that I am interested in it and learned a lot from this talk:


I mean I don't have a lot to say about it by my standards.
I can say that I normally don't think of Java as being very Dynamic, but actually rather Static, and this talk opened my eyes to what extent it really is pretty dynamic, and how much that costs, and what things are being done to try to reduce those costs and the trade-offs involved in compromising its (usually unappreciated by me) dynamic features.
 
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