Monica Beckwith spoke to JAXenter about Java 9, which has been the most awaited release! Hope you all enjoy reading the magazine which can be found here: JAX Magazine: The answer to Java 9 and modularity
Recently, Monica Beckwith was interviewed by JAXenter as an everyday superhero. Monica was candid about her background and challenges that she has faced in her career. Monica provided encouraging words for women and girls aspiring to have a tech career. Here’s the link.
Monica will be talking about HotSpot JVM’s execution engine @Cheriton School of Computer Science @University of Waterloo. Be sure to check it out! https://www.facebook.com/events/175829636252412/
Monica feels honored to have been interviewed by JAXenter on a topic that is very important to her. Here’s where you can find more details on the interview: How can you hire more women engineers? “Be flexible to accommodate their needs”
Our very own slide deck made it in the top 13 must see presentations for Java developers. Here’s the link to the article by Takipi: 13 Decks Java Developers Must See to Stay Updated
Monica spoke with Simon Maple and Oleg Shelajev and discussed GC tuning confessions. The session was live broadcasted to a vast number of VJUG members. It is now made available on YouTube. After the interview, Monica and Oleg had a good fun discussion, also available on YouTube.
Earlier this year, Monica Beckwith chatted with Robert Blumen of SE-Radio. In the podcast, Monica discusses GC algorithms and strategies, and explains compaction and fragmentation. Monica dives deep into GC tuning and the impact of pause on the application’s performance. Here is episode 255: Monica Beckwith on Java Garbage Collection
Takipi blogger Henn Idan, wrote an article on most active thought leaders in Java and Scala who happen to be women. Monica’s honored to be on the list with many other influential ladies. Here’s the full article: http://blog.takipi.com/10-influential-women-in-java-scala-and-everything-in-between/.
Here’s Monica’s presentation on Garbage First Garbage Collector, which is going to be the default collector in Java 9. This was presented at QCon London 2016: G1GCQCon And here’s the fun video:
Here’s the first in the series of presentations by Monica Beckwith. This was presented at QCon London. You can find the pdf here: Game of Performance – JIT&GC