September Java Performance News
The September issue of the Java Performance Newsletter was published. Here is the content list.
- Timers and audio performance How do you synchronize audio and video frames? What is Java's current capability for recording audio samples? Why is clock skew important to audio recording? In this article Scot Mcphee describes what you need to know about timers for recording audio samples from Java.
- All the latest Java performance related news and articles
- Kirk Pepperdine's roundup of performance discussions over the last month. This month Kirk covers super computers, garbage collection in microbenchmarks, not threading EJBs, capacity planning, the variability of performance across systems, and more.
- Javva The Hutt rambles through performance past, present and future. Javva has another installment of his diary, and tells us about what to expect in the 1.7 JVM (that'd be around 2007 or 2008)
- This month's interview with Frank Cohen, the creator of the open source TestMaker webservices load tester.
- Our Question of the Month asks if turning off assertions is a bad practice
- All the lastest Java performance tips extracted in concise form. 50 new tips.