1. JVM Flags Bread Crumbs - by Dr Heinz M. Kabutz


    from The Java Specialists' Newsletter Added 1,645 6 6

    Ever heard of -XX:SelfDestructTimer=42? It's a JVM flag. Guess what it does? We follow some breadcrumbs to figure out what the JVM flags are, how to get a quick description in globals.hpp…

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    • An Extempore Technical Introduction


      from Andrew Sorensen Added 1,561 13 3

      This is not a "performance" or a general introduction. Instead it is a somewhat congested, and probably confusing, introduction to some of the more technical aspects of Extempore. In particular…

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      • ASGeometry - Medians & Altitudes


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        Lesson on using medians and altitudes of triangles. We also talked about the properties of their points of concurrency, both the centroid and orthocenter. "If you're not part of the soltion,…

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        • STM


          from Diego Pacheco Added 48 0 2

          Software Transaction Memory(STM)

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          • Ulf Wiger


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            • Erlang Embedded - Episode 1 : Raspberry Pi with a dash of Erlang!


              from Erlang Solutions Added 4,624 16 2

              This is the first video in our new series on Erlang Embedded. In this episode we are looking at Raspberry Pi, the greatest thing since sliced bread! Grab a copy of the code used in the blinkenlights…

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              • SQL Server 2014 - In Memory OLTP (MultiVersion Concurrency Control)


                from aasim abdullah Added 350 1 2

                SQL Server 2014 - In Memory OLTP introduced new ROW structure and True Optimistic MultiVersion Concurrency Control to overcome locks and latches and providing fastest access to data. How readers…

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                • Manuel Chakravarty - Data Parallelism in Haskell


                  from Rob Manthey Added 3,479 14 2

                  Speaker: Manuel Chakravarty Topic: Data Parallelism in Haskell Conference: Brisbane Functional Programming Group Location: Brisbane Venue: Mincom rooms - Lev7/193 Turbot St Date: 1 Sep 2011

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                  • Matt Aimonetti - Inside Ruby: concurrency & garbage collection explained


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                    Matt Aimonetti is an R&D Engineer at LivingSocial where he gets to spike projects and imagine the future. Prior to that, Matt worked on video games at Sony PlayStation after having worked for…

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                    • Finding and Solving Deadlocks in Multi-Threaded Java Code - Part 1 of 3


                      from The Java Specialists' Newsletter Added 995 1 1

                      In this workshop by ExitCertified, we looked at how we avoid liveness hazards, how we find them and how we test that they are truly gone. You will learn several new unpublished techniques that will…

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