Next Wednesday we'll host a very interesting type of event : a performance tuning clinic.
This will be a participatory session meaning bring your questions and don’t feel shy to provide answers to others questions. Even better, if you have (non-sensitive) performance data such as garbage collection logs, do bring it along. Topic can go in many directions from why MicroServices are a performance game changer to why immutability is the wrong solution to the right question.
This event will be conducted by Kirk Pepperdine.
After getting his start in the world if super-computing, Kirk went on to the world of Java eventually becoming a Java Champion in 2006 in recognition for his work advancing the state of Java performance tuning. Since then Kirk has co-founded jClarity, a company building the next generation of performance diagnostic tooling based on JPDM, a performance diagnostic process that he developed. Additionally, he authored and delivers the original Java Performance Tuning Workshop. Kirk has written many articles and spoken at many conferences on the subject of performance tuning.
Hope to see you there :)