Multiple JVM Languages at JavaOne 2009


It's a good thing that the work to turbo-charge the JVM for multiple languages will make it into the JDK 7 builds in time for JavaOne, because as Roberto blogs, there's another scripting showdown planned. Last year they duked it out over a Twitter client (JRuby took the prize), what should it be this year ?

There are also great sessions planned each of the contestants in the Script Bowl 2009: representing Clojure, Jython, Groovy, JRuby, Scala.

And, to better understand how these all run, and can run better on the JVM, in a dual play on 'rebirth' and a period in european history starting in 15th century Italy, where scholars were noted for their pursuit of multiple skills, as typified by Lenonardo DaVinci, John and Brian are lining up an interesting talk on the Renaissance JVM.

(Check out the JavaOne session catalog yourself here)
Comments:

When can we expect to see the Java Real Machine(JRM)? It's been rumored for years. Think Java Workstation. I imagine it would look like a Lisa, but more compact and powerful.

Posted by Mark on April 14, 2009 at 05:04 AM PDT #

It is a great movement on Java technology, trend of improvement have to focus in JVM itself, how JVM can enhances its functionality into many languages processing and it's robust, tight, simple integration into native machine implementation.

Posted by Fachim on May 07, 2009 at 12:21 PM PDT #

By dividing the living rooms into equal squares, it turns out that for most games, many of the squares contain unused toys that can be safely put away.http://www.watchgy.com/
http://www.watchgy.com/tag-heuer-c-24.html

Posted by rolex on December 27, 2009 at 05:07 PM PST #

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