Archive for July, 2009
The JAOO and QCon conferences have always been by invitation only. This means, that we have a Programme Committee for each conference that decides whom to invite and who invites the proposed speakers. Sometimes they accept, sometimes they don’t, but that is a different story. The story I want to tell today is the one [...]
This year at JAOO, I have one thing that I absolutely MUST see: Ayende’s “Object Relational Mapping += 2: More than just data object“.
If you are a .NET person, you probably already know Ayende because of his incredible diligence as a blogger and his (usually pretty bold) opinions.
If you don’t know him, I bet [...]
I look forward to this years JAOO and especially to meet and experience Urs Hölzle. Urs Hölzle is, like David Ungar, one of my Garbage Collection research heroes.
When my companion and I wrote our Master’s Thesis “Garbage Collection in a gbeta Virtual Machine with the Train Algorithm” we read one of Urs Hölzle’s articles – [...]