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Dynamically Typed Languages for the JVM
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| by Gilad Bracha Follow 0 Followers on Mar 23, 2007 |

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Summary
Scripting languages are of growing importance, and they are typically dynamically typed. This session discusses improved support for these languages in the JVM, through the use of the new invokedynamic bytecode and through improved support for hot-swapping--modifying code and classes on the fly while maintaining the JVM software's security and integrity.

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Bio

Gilad Bracha is a Distinguished Engineer at Cadence Design Systems. At the time of this recording, he was a Computational Theologist and Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems. He is co-author of the Java Language Specification, and a researcher in the area of object-oriented programming languages.

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