Session + Live Q&A

Performance & Mechanical Sympathy Panel

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Speaker

Monica Beckwith

Java Champion, First Lego League Coach, passionate about JVM Performance @Microsoft

Java Champion Monica Beckwith is considered a subject matter expert, has several published articles and gets regular invitations to give talks on JVM/JIT Compilation/Garbage Collection (GC). She is also a JavaOne Rock Star.Monica has made various performance contributions to the Java HotSpot VM...

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Speaker

Peter Lawrey

CEO @Chronicle_SW

Peter Lawrey has the most answers for concurrency and memory in stackoverflow.com, and the second-highest for Java.Peter is a Java Champion, the CEO of Chronicle Software and the architect of OpenHFT libraries downloaded from 15K different IP addresses each month.

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Speaker

Chris Seaton

Researcher (Senior Staff Engineer) @Shopify

Chris is a Researcher (Senior Staff Engineer) at Shopify, where he works on the Ruby programming Language, and a Visitor at the University of Manchester.He was formerly a Research Manager at the Oracle Labs Virtual Machine Research Group, where he led the TruffleRuby implementation of Ruby, and...

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Speaker

Ben Evans

Java Champion, Author of "Java in a Nutshell"

Ben Evans is Senior Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat. Previously, he was Lead Architect for Instrumentation at New Relic. He also co-founded jClarity, a JVM performance optimization company (acquired by Microsoft in 2019). He is a former member of the JCP Executive Committee, and helped...

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