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What It Means to be Just In Time
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by Ashley Puls on Mar 03, 2016 |

Ashley Puls explains what happens to bytecode inside the JVM. It begins with an overview of the Just In Time (JIT) compiler. This overview discusses JIT optimizations such as method inlining and loop unrolling. The talk then inspects JIT logs to explain the optimizations performed on a Spring Boot application.


Ashley Puls is a senior software engineer at New Relic and a Java Agent.

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