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JVM Language Summit 2016


The JVM Language Summit is an open technical collaboration among language designers, compiler writers, tool builders, runtime engineers, and VM architects. In 2016, it convened at Oracle's Santa Clara, Calif., campus August 1-3.

For information on JVM Language Summits from other years please visit the JVM Language Summit Archives.



JVM Language Summit 2016 Sessions

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Welcome from Oracle
Bernard Traversat
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Adventures in Parametric Polymorphism
Brian Goetz
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Immutable Collections
Michael Steindorfer
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Valhalla Reflection
Maurizio Cimadamore
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Valhalla Backport
Rémi Forax / Jefferson Mangue
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VM Futures
John Rose
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Eclipse OMR
Mark Stoodley
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One Compiler
Christian Wimmer
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Cost of Bytecode
Duncan MacGregor
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Jigsaw Under The Hood
Alex Buckley
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Nashorn Modularity
Michael Haupt
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Link-time Optimization
Claes Redestad
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Going Native
Mikael Vidstedt / Tobi Ajila
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Machine Code Snippets
Vladimir Ivanov
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Vector API for Java
Ian Graves
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Modernizing Scala's Bytecode
Jason Zaugg
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jdk.dynalink
Attila Szegedi / Michael Haupt
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Kotlin Coroutines
Andrey Breslav
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