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Performance

Yesterday JavaWorld.com published a new article titled "Multicore processing for client-side Java applications". You're welcome to take a look and let me know what you think. Here's a summary of the article: It's a well-known fact that hardware companies are abandoning the race for single-CPU speed and instead are focusing on multicore processors. Despite the fact that many algorithms can be...
on Sep 26, 2007
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. I've been looking at the source code of the JXM project as part of the bindmark initiative. Altough this project appears...
on Jan 26, 2005