Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Cliff Click in "A JVM Does What?"

Cliff Click gave a very good talk at Google last week. For your viewing enjoyment:





The slides are available here.

(For those who watched it: The inventors of bytecode were in the audience. I think he was just used to making that joke elsewhere.)

8 comments:

Martin Haeberli said...

Perhaps the inventors of _java_ byte code were in the audience! But, byte code was used in UCSD p-system by well before 1982. And Mesa and Buttte (xerox PARC) had byte codes by then, too. I would be very surprised if the original inventors of byte code were in the audience at Google.

Jeremy Manson said...

Yes - he was referring to Java bytecode in the talk, so I thought it was relatively implicit in what I was saying.

BegemoT said...

Link to .pdf is broken...

Greg said...

Thanks for the preso. We enjoyed it and RT'd it to our followers!

Jeremy Manson said...

@Greg Glad to hear you enjoyed it.

@BegemoT The slides worked for me.

Rick Schott said...

Loved the talk, so much info packed in that presentation!

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