Krakow, Poland, 31 May - 2 June 2023

Valhalla - Codes like a class, behaves like an int
Conference (INTERMEDIATE level)
Room 4A
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Java has been around for over 25 years. Some say that it’s a little fusty. Meanwhile it evolved significantly, and much more is coming in the near future! During the presentation we will dig into one of the biggest changes, that is coming with one of the future releases. One of the biggest Java criticisms is its memory management. There are light primitives and heavy objects. As a developer, you can use primitives, but you can’t create your own. There are generic types for objects, but not for primitives. Project Valhalla is trying to address that problem. In what way? What does it mean for developers? What does it mean for frameworks like Spring, JUnit, and many others? What is changing under the hood? During the presentation, we’ll explore all these areas!

Arkadiusz Sokołowski

20 years of practical Java & other JVM languages experience. Likes to solve problems, not to code. Currently works as Team Manager at Allegro and lectures Java at Jagiellonian University.

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