Category Archives: Science

How Immutables Speed Up Even Non-Parallel Software

Just learned one interesting aspect of immutables: Besides the fact that they help you to provide a lot of ugly threading problems, they potentially speed your your code by itself. The trick is that once you prevent the creation of … Continue reading

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parallel//2016 – I’m speaking!

At “parallel//2016” (Heidelberg/Germany, April 6th through 8th) I will address the topic of formulating fibers in pure Java SE 8, using the CompletableFuture API.

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Announcement: “JavaFX Jump-Start” (University Stuttgart, February 2016)

If you are enrolled at University Stuttgart and ever liked to learn how to write clean JavaFX applications, here is your chance: On Febrary 8, 2016, I will give a guest lecture at the Institute for Parallel and Distributed Systems (IPVS). In this roughly … Continue reading

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me@CERN.ch

  I was at CERN and all you got is this lousy photo of my T-Shirt, neener-neener! 😉

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