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JavaOne Monday Evening Keynote: Thomas Kurian on Java Strategy and Direction

So, what will the Monday night Oracle Open World / JavaOne / Oracle Develop keynote tell us? Intel and Thomas Kurian will provide the answer, which I'm watching on the Oracle Technology Network Live videostream. So, I work in an Oracle/Sun data center. I guess you could say I'm biased, because we made that decision and it has turned out great for us. But, we are building a new data center, a next-generation data center. So, I'm really interested in what the future holds. Intel is about to speak. I loved my tenure as community manager for ThreadingBuildingBlocks.org. Intel is superb! They understand the interactions between hardware and software. Bottlenecks are ultimately hardware related (the hardware executes as many instructions as it can in a given period of time); yet, ineffiecient software can leave too much hardware sitting around doing nothing; or, it can ask the hardware to repeat solutions to problems that have already been solved, but which weren't saved. Intel designs its hardware such that it will deliver ultimate performance for software developers who have some understanding of the implications that a line of code has on hardware. Now the conversation turns to Java, the collaboration between Intel and Oracle with respect to Java, with an invitation to visit Intel Booth 509 at JavaOne. And the Intel presentation ends. The focus now turns to Java, with Oracle's Thomas Kurian speaking...


Date: September, 20 2010
Url: http://www.java.net/blog/editor/archive/2010/09/20/javaone-monday-evening-keynote-thomas-kurian-java-strategy-and-direc-0


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