Chris Bailey

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Chris Bailey is a technical architect for runtime development at IBM, where he leads teams that contribute to the open source runtimes and core APIs for Java, Node.js and Swift. He has recently been focussed on Swift, where he is a committer for the Swift.org projects, leads an effort to develop new server focussed API libraries, and is also the chief architect for the Swift based Kitura web framework.

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A Consistent Long Term Support (LTS) Policy for Node.js Modules

The introduction of Long Term Support (LTS) for versions of Node.js was a critical event in enabling the wide spread adoption of the runtime, with...

Introducing CloudNativeJS.io

A community project providing assets for creating Cloud Native Node.js applications Node.js applications are overwhelmingly being deployed to clouds, with 79% of Node.js developers reporting...

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IBM@JavaOne 2014: Developers first

As a longtime licensee of the Java platform, IBM is a regular supporter and active…

IBM@JavaOne 2013: The IBM sessions

IBM is a regular supporter of the JavaOne conference, both as a sponsor and as…

IBM@JavaOne 2012, Part 1: Introduction to the IBM sessions

IBM is a staunch supporter of the JavaOne conference, both as a sponsor and as…

From Java code to Java heap

This article gives you insight into the memory usage of Java code, covering the memory…

Garbage collection in WebSphere Application Server V8, Part 1: Generational as the new default policy

Not all workloads are created equal. Different applications use memory in different ways and thus…

The Support Authority: Why the Memory Analyzer (with IBM Extensions) isn't just for memory leaks anymore

The IBM Monitoring and Diagnostics for Java - Memory Analyzer is a powerful tool for…