Presentaciones de la JVM Language summit 2011

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La JVM Language Summit es una colaboración técnica abierta entre diseñadores de lenguajes, escritores de compiladores, creadores de herramientas, ingenieros y arquitectos de la máquina virtual (VM), celebrada en Santa Clara, California los pasados 18 al 20 de julio de este año 2011.

Keynotes

Getting Started Guide Cameron Purdy Watch Video Download Slides
Java SE: Moving Java Forward George Saab Watch Video Download Slides
Asynchronous Programming in .NET Mads Torgersen Watch Video Download Slides

JVM Capabilities

Method Handles and Beyond… John Rose Watch Video Download Slides
MethodHandle Implemention Tips and Tricks Dan Heidinga (Materials provided by IBM are owned by IBM and use of such materials is limited to non-commercial use only.) Watch Video Download Slides
JSR 292 Cookbook Rémi Forax Watch Video Download Slides
The Case for Interface Injection Tobias Ivarsson Watch Video Download Slides

Language Implementations on the JVM

Adventures in JSR 292 (Nashorn) Jim Laskey Watch Video Download Slides
Adding invokedynamic Support to JRuby Charles Nutter Watch Video Download Slides
invokedynamic and Jython -  Shashank Bharadwaj Watch Video Download Slides
Rtalk: Smalltalk on the JVM  Mark Roos Watch Video Download Slides
The Kotlin Programming Language Andrey Breslav and Dmitry Jemerov Watch Video Download Slides; Workshop Slides
Language Features As A Library (Gosu)  Carson Gross Watch Video Download Slides
Project Fortress: Bytecode as Intermediate Representation Christine Flood Watch Video Download Slides

Java SE 8

From Lambdas to Bytecode Brian Goetz Watch Video Download Slides
Virtual Extension Methods Brian Goetz Watch Video Download Slides

Emerging Technologies

Graal: A Bytecode Agnostic Compiler for the JVM Thomas Wuerthinger Watch Video Download Slides; Workshop Slides
Dynalink: Dynamic Linker Framework for JVM Languages Attila Szegedi Watch Video Download Slides
Debugging in 2011 Prashant Deva Watch Video Download Slides
jvmtracejit - A trace-jit Compiler for the JVM Sunil Puri Watch Video Download Slides
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