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Kirill Grouchnikov

Kirill Grouchnikov has been writing software since he was in junior high school, and after finishing his BSc in computer science, he happily continues doing it for a living. He is currently working as a senior software developer in a large corporate environment and would like to share his views on the Java community, trends and code writing experience.

 

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Garbage collection - not a panacea

Posted by kirillcool on January 26, 2005 at 1:16 AM PST

Sometimes working with a good profiler gives you very valuable insights into performance bottlenecks. Of course, there is a convention of "don't start profiling until your code is production quality", but there are few steps that you may take to spare yourself a lot of trouble.

AOP - a poor man's excuse for writing ugly code

Posted by kirillcool on January 14, 2005 at 4:26 AM PST

Let's take two examples that are given in any AOP language, logging and context passing.

Open source - the curse of the abundance

Posted by kirillcool on January 11, 2005 at 3:25 AM PST

As this blog shows, almost every imaginable field of the programming has been covered with open source Java projects, all vying for the same #1 spot. It may seem at first that this can only be a good thing, competition driving the creators forward to create better and faster libraries. However, not all is fair in this kingdom.