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By David Buck-Oracle on Jan 13, 2014
For those of you that don't know me, a quick introduction:
I am a member of the Java SE Sustaining Engineering team which is made up of the former Sun and BEA (JRockit) Java sustaining teams. My work is divided between our two JVMs (HotSpot and JRockit) and the various Java client technologies (Java2D, AWT, Swing, JavaWS, applets, Java Sound, etc.). Currently, most of my time is still spent working on JRockit. I am based out of Oracle's Akasaka, Tokyo office. In my spare time, I enjoy programming.
My plan is to post regularly about anything interesting I come across related to Java or even software development in general. There will probably be a lot of posts about JRockit for the immediate future, but I am also looking forward to talking more about HotSpot as the JRockit user base continues the move to JDK7 and beyond.
One of the most fun and exciting things about working on Java is that our users are programmers, just like us. Interacting with the people at user group meetings, JavaOne, and other conventions is always a complete blast. I started this blog to have another outlet to communicate with my fellow programmers.
Thank you for visiting my new blog! I look forward to your comments and feedback.