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Aug 16, 2022 • 24 tweets • 4 min read
I’ve been patiently waiting for JEP 429 publishing with my fingers crossed for quite a while since JEP 425 appeared in a public space (although my story with Project Loom is longer than you can imagine). So, today’s topic is - extent-local variables. #Java
When we started talking about virtual threads the question we've been asked is whether virtual threads are like the old ones. The answer was YES, however, some techniques used to organize the data flow around platform threads may not be valid (but working) for virtual threads.
Today I’d like to speak a bit regarding #Java Flight Recorder (JFR) and how far you can get with it. #OpenJDK#JFR#JMC
So, as you may know, a few releases ago, Java developers were able to create, publish, and react to particular JDK events, also known as JFR.
You know that JDK 19 will be released in 2 months on Sept. 20th. It will bring some major changes to the JDK. Project #Loom is one of those HUGE changes I want to talk about a little bit more. #Java#OpenJDK
JEP 425 introduces Virtual Threads. The most interesting thing is that the JDK was reworked to make it possible to block both platform and virtual threads in different ways.
Mar 9, 2022 • 11 tweets • 6 min read
This is the first war in a modern world where we have more than just one physical frontier. As Ukrainian IT community we started another one - virtual. I’ll explain you how it works here in #Ukraine and abroad
#Ukraine has more than 160K IT specialists: hardware engineers, cloud engineers, software engineers, devops, architects, QA, etc.
Mar 8, 2022 • 8 tweets • 1 min read
Yesterday I explained you how a war in Ukraine will affect Europe in terms of food.
Today I will explain you how it will affect your comfort [thread]:
I’d you didn’t know - Ukraine average per hour rate is pretty low comparing to European. That’s why we do lots of outsourcing businesses. We have thousands of smart engineers who do work for US/EU businesses.
Aug 25, 2021 • 11 tweets • 5 min read
The reason why I love and hate #Kubernetes is it actually good platform to host scalable apps. But the road from developing the app to making it scalable is so painful. Here are few-reasons-why-thread:
#Kubernetes in its bare configuration can only host containers and let you talk to them. Include config maps, volumes, RBAC, etc.