Posts Tagged ‘java’

TornadoVM was definitely the coolest thing I learned about at QCon London last week, which is why I wrote up the presentation on InfoQ. It seems that people on the Orange web site are also interested in the intersection of Java, GPUs and FPGA, as the piece was #1 there last night as I went […]


Dr Juan Fumero presented at QCon London on TornadoVM, a plug-in to OpenJDK and GraalVM that runs Java on heterogeneous hardware including Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) and Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). Demos during the presentation showed code being speeded up by hundreds of times when running on a GPU vs a CPU. Continue reading the full […]


Last week I was asked (at very short notice) to come up with a presentation on what a social networking operating system would be. This is in part why I felt it was necessary to spend time on social network modalities. In the end the presentation wasn’t formalised (or constrained) by being put into a […]