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  • A Look at Ruby Debuggers

    by Werner Schuster on  Apr 19, 2008

    A misconception lingers in the Ruby world: Ruby has no debugger. This is blatantly wrong - Ruby has debuggers, GUIs for debuggers and APIs for debuggers. InfoQ takes a close look at the state of debugging tools in the Ruby world - and finds that its debugging support is more than sufficient.

  • Real-Time Java for the Enterprise

    by Simon Ritter on  Mar 10, 2008 3

    Simon Ritter explains the vision and capabilities of the Real-Time Java specification (RTSJ), if your Java app really, really must respond within a certain time regardless of what the garbage collector does, RTSJ is now a possibility rather than a probability.

  • The Box: A Shortcut to finding Performance Bottlenecks

    by Kirk Pepperdine on  Sep 21, 2007 6

    Finding performance bottlenecks can be a difficult task and it can get even more difficult as our applications grow in size. The Box is a methodology tool that focuses us efforts to improve performance.If you want to be consistent and predictable, getting rid of the guessing is a must.

Introduction to OpenTerracotta

Posted by Orion Letizi on  Feb 12, 2007

Orion Letizi goes in-depth on OpenTerracotta, an open-source JVM-level clustering solution that can cluster single-jvm apps with no code changes. 10

In-process Interoperability

Posted by Ted Neward on  Jan 29, 2007

Using both the JVM and the CLR inside the same operating system process is a relatively trivial matter, since any process is capable of loading just about any shared library. Ted Neward shows how. 2

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