Tobi Ajila

Java Runtime Developer for the OpenJ9 VM team @IBM

Tobi is a Java Runtime developer for the OpenJ9 VM team in Ottawa, Canada. In the past he has worked on Interpreter optimizations, JVMTI enhancments, JSR 335 and more. Currently, his main focus is on Project Valhalla where he collaborates with other developers in the Valhalla expert group. In his spare time he enjoys running and cycling.


Project Valhalla: Bringing Performance to Java Developers

Modern computing has come a long way in the past decade, but are you taking advantage of all it has to offer? Memory latency is the big killer of computing performance and having compact data structures is key to solving this. This session explains the advances being made in Project Valhalla to improve Java's memory density by making it easy to create compact, cache efficient data structures. If you are interested in making your code run faster come to this session to hear what tools Project Valhalla will provide to speed up your application.


Tuesday Nov 17 / 11:40AM PST (40 minutes )

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